SO, HOW CAN YOU BE LOW-TECH IN A BUSINESS WORLD? HERE ARE GE­OFF’S TOP TIPS:

Collective Hub - - TECH - TAKE BACK CON­TROL SUP­PORT EACH OTHER BE AWARE OF THE IM­PACT

I know, it’s much eas­ier to say than do. Tech­nol­ogy isn’t some­thing we’re able to sim­ply re­move from our lives. We all need it. We all use it. In re­la­tion to business, pick a cou­ple of plat­forms that are crit­i­cal to ei­ther your role or your com­pany, and main­tain your pres­ence on these. Se­ri­ously, how many in­stant mes­sag­ing apps can one per­son main­tain?

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In your friend­ship (and business) cir­cle, be the sup­port net­work for each other and, in do­ing so, find new ways to con­nect and em­power each other. Have an open and hon­est con­ver­sa­tion about how you feel when you’re con­stantly check­ing the sta­tus of your on­line life. The topic of mo­bile phone ad­dic­tion and so­cial me­dia harm is be­ing dis­cussed with in­creased fre­quency in schools. Don’t be part of a gen­er­a­tion that didn’t dis­cuss this topic openly.

The skills that will be in short­age in the fu­ture aren’t go­ing to be IT skills; they’re go­ing to be peo­ple skills. Don’t ne­glect these be­cause not only will they be val­ued pro­fes­sion­ally, they’re crit­i­cal to any mean­ing­ful per­sonal re­la­tion­ships you may wish to have.

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