Key Question: What Becomes Obsolete?

My father died at age 83. I was never able to get him to want to use a computer. It wasn't because he didn't have an open mind to new things or a key curiosity. He did. He loved to tinker. His curiosity had him signing up for classes to learn important new things. He was always busy. His days were full. I just wasn't able to demonstrate for him or answer his question: "If I get a computer what will I give up; what will I no longer have time for?" In other words - If I make this change, what becomes obsolete? A very insightful question. Think about this question and how it may help you advance and gain acceptance for your ideas and innovations.

My dad would be glad to know he helped you out.

LIFT Your Thinking ... until next time.

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