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We live in a world where technology is there to help us, and for the most part, it does. However, some things have that simply too much tech!
We all use it. We all benefit from it. We all love and hate it at the same time. But why is the Internet the cesspool of shit and a great place to be?
Humanity won’t last if we sit in our homes with goggles strapped to our heads, not interacting with our environment and other humans.
If you can’t explain what you do within five words or less, you have no idea what you do and wasting time trying to sell your BS to a prospect.
It’s been a while, so as the narcissists whine online, I thought it was high time for another Friday Fury episode to shed some light on their fake glory!
Is it just me? Am I being oversensitive? I don't think so. Why should SaaS companies get away with releasing software and apps under the guise of; 'just ship it', when there are bugs and features missing?!
Fake gurus. Snake oil salesmen. And even non-expert financial advice. No, that’s now what we’re doing. That’s what we’re calling out. And in this Friday Fury, my last film of the year, I wanted it to be unique.
Getting advice from a fake expert will kill your business. I’m amazed at how many are out there giving shockingly bad advice. Even they don’t have their own shit together!
We often get advice from people around us that we love and respect. But often that advice is coming from a place of love and not from a perspective that we need to move us forward.
You know, one thing that really irritates me is people not doing their jobs properly. And I'm sure you are the same. If someone came to your house and try to do some work and it wasn't done properly, you'd get annoyed and basically try to get them to do it properly.
So today, I have a great treat for you today. It's Friday, Friday Fury. I just, I don't know where to begin. I'm going to show you a few things on my Mac as well.
Is there anyone out there? Are you listening? Did you understand? Do you need any help? Shall I explain it again? Is this clear enough? Oh wow, maybe I should just go and pick tomatoes in Spain!
Are you in control of your business processes? Well, you might find out that you’re probably not. Maybe something needs to change so you can take back control.
I’m still baffled as to why people (companies and individuals) yet haven’t grasped the fact that using a simple password, or even worse, using the same password for multiple accounts is a bad thing.
It’s always good to listen to experts, but don’t be fooled into being forced into a new workflow if it’s not right for you. But to listen to the advice they give to see what will work within your system.
In today's Friday Fury episode, we're going to look at HEY (The email service from Basecamp) and go through some of the issues it has with workflow.
In the many years, I've been a technical consultant, I've come across so many situations that have been so complicated, so convoluted, and so confusing that I've found myself thinking if I don't understand this stuff, how on earth will the client understand it?!
In today's instalment of Friday Fury, I talk about how getting support from some companies can be like pulling your teeth out with a hammer and string!
Things in the Tech space annoy me, and I’m guessing they annoy you too. So welcome to my new segment called Friday Fury!