July 03, 2020     Daily Post

New Tools

New Tools

Like new tools?

Careful:

New tools mean you could get better at what you do. A new email app that doesn’t prey on nervous energy? Great, now you’ll do better work. An improved technology that speeds up your process? Super, now you’ll achieve more, faster.

Or…

New tools mean you could get the same at what you do, differently. A new email app that is basically just the same but different? Great, now you need to learn how to be the same as you already were. An improved technology that creates the same result in a different way? Great, now you’ll achieve the same, slower.

Watch out for those new tools. Make sure they’re in the right camp for you.