Do any of the following situations seem familiar to you?
- Your family wants to communicate with you on Facebook, but you can’t figure out how to use it.
- You have a family member who has done computer support for you, but now that person is no longer available to help you.
- You were proficient on your old Windows machine. Friends convinced you to buy a Mac and now you are fumbling around wondering where things are.
- You were given an iPad by your family and they seem to think that now you should be able to use it just like that.
- You want to change your email service, but you have so many old emails and email addresses that you are afraid that you’ll really mess things up.
- Your photos (files, music) are in many different places.
- You bought a new iPhone because it seemed like a good idea and now you aren’t sure how to set it up.
- Your passwords are a mess! You can’t keep track of all the ones you are supposed to be using.
- You outsource IT to a technical person who fixes machines but isn’t very communicative on how to use them.
- You suspect your employees could be more efficient with their computers.
- You are struggling to understand this new way of having a business.
- You know you should have a newsletter and an email list but don’t know how to set it up.
- You’d like to feel more competent at using the tools necessary to conduct your business.
- You spend a lot of time looking for information which is scattered in emails and on personal computers.
My approach works for
- Individuals with new devices
- People who have been using computers for a while but always feel that there’s more they could be doing
- Older people who just want to get on email and Facebook
- Business owners wanting to improve productivity and efficiency
- People who are convinced that the device knows they can’t use it
We’ll work well together if
- You are open to learning
- You like gaining competence
- You enjoy connecting the dots
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