I hear you.
I love technology, have done for years.
What’s the difference between us?
Only one thing – over the past twenty years I have been blessed with the opportunity of delivering training to people, and asking them what they think holds them up.
Then I’ve worked out a way to get around those obstacles.
You can too, in just three hours.
If You Want.
If you want to go on hating technology and feel as if you are trying to do what the computer expects you to do, then just carry on as you are.
But if you would rather love technology and have the computer serve you, then read on.
Ask Yourself These Questions
Question 1: Do I feel that I’m doing something “wrong”, without knowing what’s wrong?
Question 2: Are there times when the computer seems to be a very unsatisfied master, and am I unable to satisfy the computer’s desires?
Question 3: Would I rather spend less time bashing away at the keyboard, mouse and monitor and more time dreaming up new schemes and plans for my team?
Question 4: Am I frightened of attending a class because my ignorance will make me look silly and unprepared?
Question 5: Do I want to go on like this past the end of this month, past the end of this year, forever?
If you answered “Yes” to any 2 of the first 4 questions, or “No” to the last question, consider what Diane Blackburn had to say :
Half an hour into the session, and a quarter of the way through a coffee, I had a ‘eureka’ moment – followed immediately by the realization that I had wasted months of my life (perhaps years!), performing simple functions in an inefficient way, the result, no doubt, of . . .
Suppose, Just Suppose …
… that you, like Diane, could set aside 3 hours today, and save yourself half an hour each day from now on forever?
(Or if you prefer, suppose that you could invest $100 cash today and receive $100 per day for the rest of your life).
Would you do it?
Of course you would.
What You Need to do
Re-read this article and then
(1) Invite as many as seven colleagues to join you for half a day (Note1)
(2) Reserve a training room or board room in your organization
(3) Email me CGreaves@ChrisGreaves.com or phone me 416-621-9348 to book your day.
Note 1: You can invite colleagues from YOUR OWN organization, or OTHER friendly organizations to bring your class size up to a maximum of 8 attendees.
Book and pay before the end of this month and claim your 25% discount for all attendees from your own company or organization.