Don’t Let Tech Turn You into a Pavlov’s DogBy Nina Kaufman, Esq.
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Don’t be fooled! Efficiency doesn’t necessarily equal success. And relying on technology for efficiency can hurt us and our business if we don’t use the right tech in the right way. That’s right – I’m saying that not all technology is good for your business. Avoiding ways that tech can hurt your bottom line is a skill not many entrepreneurs have learned yet. But Aliza Sherman has.
Aliza has seen how tech has helped businesses succeed and fail. I brought her on today’s episode to talk about the ways with which you can use technology the right way for your business, and how you can train yourself, your team, and your clients to “disconnect from the tech” and engage with you on levels that go beyond Facebook and Twitter … so that you build a business with lasting impact.
Don’t Let Tech Turn You into a Pavlov’s Dog
- Have we become Pavlov’s dogs with technology?
- Ways that technology hurts our ability to “connect” and do business
- How can solo and small business owners possibly “unplug” when the business rests on them?
- Which technology platforms help you let go of minutiae and build a collaborative team
Aliza Sherman is a speaker, author and web pioneer who has championed the Internet for our work and lives since the 90s. She first went online in 1987, and in 1995, she started the first woman-owned Internet company, Cybergrrl, Inc., and the first global Internet networking organization for women, Webgrrls International. Newsweek named her one of the “Top People Who Matter Most on the Internet” in 1995. In 2009, Fast Company called her one of the “Most Powerful Women in Technology.” She is the author of 10 books including PowerTools for Women in Business, Mom, Incorporated and Social Media Engagement for Dummies. She is working on her 11th book, The Happy, Healthy Nonprofit.
Words of Wisdom
“Sometimes you just have to disconnect to reconnect.” ~ Aliza Sherman
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