Who Is A Sage?
Sages wish to share their life experiences, knowledge, and insights regarding the conversation subject.
Sages are anyone with life experiences and knowledge in whatever the conversation is about. And who wishes to share those experiences and knowledge in a positive constructive manner.
Why Are Sages Important?
Sages have information that Inquisitive's need to help identify and accomplish their life opportunities. Usually, Inquisitives only have a limited number of Sages around them, family and friends.
Sages have the information that Inquisitive's may really need. On whatever subject the conversation is about. Normally Inquisitives only have a limited number of Sages around them, family and friends. Sages can non provide their experience and knowledge around the world.
WHY BE A SAGE?
One fun reason: Comparing your survey results to other sages in the same industry/occupation.
After you submit your Sage Survey, the below personality facet graph will be loaded with your data shown in blue. The average results for all Sages with the same industry/occupation will also be shown. The individual colored lines can be turned off and on so that you can focus on specific industries/occupations.
The graph is filtered by Like Rating, which is how each Sage liked the industry/occupation. The filter works for both the graph and table! That way, you can compare your survey results with Like Ratings from really liked it (5) to didn't like it at all (1).
The table below shows the standard deviations (StD) for each of the 30 facets. Your StD is based on the answers you provided on that particular facet (i.e., were you consistent in answering questions about that facet). The StD for the industry/occupation utilizes the average for each Sage by Like Rating and facet (your's included).
Note: In the beginning, there may be missing columns of data in your industry/occupation. That is due to not having a survey submitted yet for that particular industry/occupation and Like Rating.
First Great Reason
Comparing your survey results to other sages in the same industry // occupation has yourself.
Note: If there is missing data for some of your industry // occupations, it simply means we haven't had a survey submitted yet for that particular industry // occupation with that specific "Like Rating"
Immediately after you submit your Sage Survey, the below graph will be shown with your Sage Survey data (space filled in blue) and compare it to the average results for each of your industry // occupations (colored lines) for each of the 30 Facets (personality traits). The individual colored lines can be turned off and on so that you can focus on specific industry // occupations if you wish.
The graph is filtered by "Like Rating". The filter works for both the graph and table! "Like Rating" is how each of the survey takers, including yourself, "liked" the industry occupation. That way you can compare your survey results with different Like Ratings. Some survey takers may not like the industry // occupation at all and some may really like it or somewhere in between.
The table below the graph shows the standard deviations (StD) for each of the 30 facets (personality traits). Your StD is on your answers that focused on that particular facet (were you consistent in answering questions about that facet). The Std for the industry // occupation is comparing the average for each survey taker, by like rating and facet (your average included).
(Including Above Graph)
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