What is work in your opinion?
Selling your labour.
Why do people go to work?
Are there any parameters where you can distinguish whether you can do this work or not?
Yes, is it well paid enough/is it demeaning. I can be a hard worker if I need to, but I will never sell myself for sex.
Is there any correlation between quality and quantity?
Quantity has a quality all of its own.
Tell us if or how the price depends on quality?
High quality things are usually expensive. Not always, but usually. It is a mistake, however, to correlate them. T.M. Lewin makes very good, high quality shirts for half the price than say, Zara. But Zara is fashionable
How do people determine the quality of work?
How well was the thing achieved?
How do you determine such quality?
That depends entirely on the line of work, doesn't it? I feel this question is a little bit arbitrary. I'm not sure what can be gained from it. If something was done efficiently that was quite quality. Or if it is very detailed.
How well you can determine the quality of any purchase, do you pay any attention to it?
Very well and yes. It's important, though that doesn't mean I only buy high quality things... like everyone I have a budget.
How do you feel if you didn't finish some work? Does it ever happen? What are the reasons?
It happens all the time. It was obviously not interesting/not challenging/unnecessary.
What is "interesting work" for you? Please explain in detail.
Something that I would do if I wasn't paid to do it.
You go to the store and see something you're interested in buying; there is a price tag on it. What parameters are you going to use to understand if it's overpriced, underpriced, or priced correctly?
1 Utility. Has it any utility?
2 Material. Some things are made from materials that simply can't warrant the price.
3 Comparison to other things of the same utility and material, or perhaps different materials.
4 Ultimate need. Some things are overpriced because they're expensive bare necessities, which is wrong and unfair.
When you work and someone tells you: "You don't do it right." What is your reaction?
It depends. If I am new to it and they have a lot of experience I want to know how to do it (and eventually to do it better than tehm, and show them that I did.) But if they are my peer or worse, I would be really mad and very sarcastic/aggro about it.
There is a professional right next to you. You always see that you can't perform the way they do. Your feelings, thoughts and actions?
When you have to ask someone else to help you with the task, how do you feel?
Between humiliated and no feeling at all, depending on the difficulty of the task and my familiarity with it.
You need to build a pyramid exactly like in Egypt. Your thoughts, feelings and actions?
The most useful thing would be to know how the first one was built and simply replicate it. But you would need to take precise measurements otherwise, and find the type of rock etc.. I don' think this is daunting, but I would be really irritated if it was totally pointless (which in almost all circumstances it is, but if the pyramids were ever destroyed, it would be good to rebuild them).