Tech Minimalism is a framework I've developed that resolves the fundamental issues many business & professionals have with time but are unaware of the impact it’s having on their profits.
Time is finite. We just don’t have enough of it to do the things we love. However, we can find that time by focusing on our work without being distracted with complications from Tech.
If you're always fighting with time and constantly 'busy' then Tech Minimalism might just be able to help you.
In this podcast, I'll be going over the different ideas and methods to help you minimise distractions to help you maximise your free time.
It’s not working
We all get into a position where we think nothing’s working. I’ve been changing the way I work, and in the coming few months, I’m moving out of my comfort zone. So I reached out to find who can help me. It’s ok to ask for help!
Evolve the way you work
Moving away from something you know can be challenging. But without trying something new, we fester and get annoyed with everything around us. So why not change your surroundings or the way you work?
The Conversation | Elizabeth Pampalone
Elizabeth is one of those rare finds. She’s a marketing expert that knows exactly where the clients need to be and how to get here. She has been a client of mine in the past and has implemented Tech Minimalism into her email workflow, but what struck me was how knowledgeable she is and how she likes to share that knowledge.
Our Conversation here took us on a journey through how one can make use of their network, digital assets and social platforms to gain a ‘tribe’ to follow your teachings and content.
Practicality not Hope
You’ll never win the fight that marketers and salespeople are waging. So it would be best if you were more practical when you’re searching for that product or service. Because if you’re not practical, you’re just hoping something will stick.
Keep on going
It’s not easy to make content if you have no audience. And it’s defiantly not easy if there’s no feedback, good or bad. But we make it because we enjoy it but mainly because we hope that someone out there benefits somehow.
Put your own mask on first
As business professionals and humans, we always have the urge to help someone, and that’s never a bad thing. However, there’s a reason why on planes, they tell you to put on your own mask first before helping someone else.
One to listen to
Great podcast! Lots of handy info. One of my favourites.