Think You Can't Be a Techie? 7 Reasons to Think Again

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If you "don't have time"
My counter to this would be to list your current daily tasks and responsibilities, and find out which one takes ... more 
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If you "don't have time"
My counter to this would be to list your current daily tasks and responsibilities, and find out which one takes the most time. Identify that one time-suck and identify one app, website, or gadget that can help you save time completing that task. The time you spent learning that new tech will be made up (and then some) when you discover how efficient you are at completing your task.

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Technology moves so fast these days. It's no wonder that jumping on the bandwagon and downloading the latest app, signing up to use the latest service, or standing in line to buy the latest gadget can prove to be confusing, overwhelming, distracting, and even seem pointless. As a result, there are people who know they should use technology more, and maybe even want to - but have decided "technology is just not for me," and opt to continue to go the old-school route to accomplish the same things that tech-savvy people would delegate their gadgets to do for them. It's true, new technology is not always welcomed by everybody. So I've put together a list of 7 common barriers that people put up to avoid technology - and the simple ways to overcome these objections.


-By Terrance Gaines



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