I understood the context from your text, but the topic left me wondering and then I couldn't stop comparing your list to the different kinds of training I had time to think up while the page loaded. Physical training? Martial arts training? Military training? On the job training? College courses? Some of these apply to different kinds of training equally well, others, not so much. (For example, "good training" in the military is any time you are cold, wet, tired and hungry. I have thus witnessed good training. It is not a pretty sight. :P )Anyways. I just thought you might find that interesting. Me, I'm going to go eat apple pie now. :)
"For example, "good training" in the military is any time you are cold, wet, tired and hungry. I have thus witnessed good training. It is not a pretty sight. :P"Sweet Mercy! I thought technical/computer training was rough... I'll have more trouble complaining in the future.
Oh? As a former conscript I have no trouble whatsoever about complaining about my current job. :) At least in the military, under the right kind of circumstances, you could do fun things to your customers. (Military police term for person being detained.) Like strike them with a baton, or bayonet them, or shoot them. Try doing that in tech support and your boss will complain about it immediately! Sheesh... And how are the rest of the end users supposed to learn then, I ask you.Complaining is a skill. You just have to find the right angle. ;)
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