You’re being kind, but thanks
When I can’t explain things as well as @researcher did, I sometimes get frustrated
When all I can say is “I disagree with you, but I can’t technically explain the reason why I believe you’re mistaken” or “All I know is when I did it that way, it didn’t work for me” it feels insufficient
It reminds of the days when I was at the dealer and I saw something faulty on a car, but wasn’t able to explain satisfactorily to the customer what was faulty, and why they should repair it. And then I didn’t get the upsell. Of course, the service writer was also part of the equation . . .
Sometimes when the car car back on the hook a few days later, because they ignored my recommendations, because I couldn’t explain myself well, it wasn’t always satisfying. Because now the customer’s back and ticked off, versus he left a few days ago with a proper repair and the car is good to go
But it WAS satisfying when the customer did understand what I was saying, decided to be a cheapskate, and the car came back a few days later on the hook