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Posted by  Steve L'Esperance on August 27, 2003 at 07:09:51:

In Reply to:  Re: Definition Of Architect posted by Mat on August 17, 2003 at 01:11:14:

I feel a good architect is one that gathers all the requirements from the users; this will be needed for the desired outcome. Once gathered, then you need to define the proper strategy needed (researching lifestyles, habits, etc...).
All this is needed from people. If you don't like people... and I'm sure this will show to others on how you feel about them... YOU are limiting your research.
My wife (Wenda Atkin) couldn't design her furnishings at Sheridan College (, without the input from Facilities, IT, AV, Special Needs, and Teachers.
The end result from this was great acceptance and award wining furnishings! &

I believe...
Your priority has to be on being nice, not on being successful.
If you're a nice person and you're talented, then success will follow.
If you're a nice person and you're not talented, success won't follow, but at least you're a nice person and you'll enjoy life.

All the best,

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