I'm finding that many answerers seem to try and impress people with what they know (or what they think they know) rather than genuinely have an interest in exploring a topic or helping someone. These are usually the answerers that get defensive and hypersensitive if the QA challenges their view, being quick to claim that the QA just wants to hear people who agree with them. That is not necessarily true and that overused, unoriginal assumption blocks understanding. Instead of humbly questioning their own view, they're quick to assume that they are right, their answer cannot be wrong, and the QA is simply in the wrong.
What is the best way to deal with these egotistical people who answer to get applause and not to really reconsider or perhaps revise their own perceptions?
- Yes, many people answer for an ego stroke67% (2)64% (7)64% (9)Vote
- No, I don't see this33% (1)36% (4)36% (5)Vote
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im pretty damn neutral in about everything I say. unless its just funny then ill go off the charts hahaa :D but everyone is having fun at that point. I don't fight anyone on anything really. im just here to hear what other people think too, im not trying to change someones mind over the internet lol.2