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Results of Excellence Survey Questions

by Ron Kurtus (updated 9 February 2022)

Note: For a while I had survey questions on the various topics. Answers were tabulated and placed in a database. That feature has been temporarily put on hold. However, you can still see the results of the survey.

Do you produce excellent work? Yes: 318 (62%) No: 194 (37%) Total: 512
Is it good to be proud of your work? Yes: 362 (50%) No: 349 (49%) Total: 711
Is an inexpensive but low quality product worth buying? Yes: 62 (21%) No: 230 (78%) Total: 292
Do you usually do less than your best? Yes: 135 (51%) No: 126 (48%) Total: 261
Have you noticed that people who do poor work also hate their jobs? Yes: 181 (49%) No: 188 (50%) Total: 369
Do you ever praise yourself for a job well done? Yes: 1002 (71%) No: 402 (28%) Total: 1404
Is it right to criticize a child if the work is not perfect? Yes: 80 (25%) No: 229 (74%) Total: 309
Do you like to be praised for a good job? Yes: 250 (89%) No: 30 (10%) Total: 280
Does criticism lower your self-esteem? Yes: 142 (50%) No: 139 (49%) Total: 281

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