Last week we talked about Bootcamp Classes. This week, we’re all about online education.
What Is Software? Online Learning
Social psychologists have discovered that while most people are concerned with health, the flu and avoiding depression, the majority of people rely on software. When people are feeling stressed and unappreciated, they resort to technology for relief. The same is true when they’re feeling as though they’re not good enough or not smart enough. This behavior stems from self-esteem and self-concept. And of course, a significant percentage of the population is hiding behind technology to escape the fact that the world can appear harsher and more unfriendly than the world in front of them. However, these reasons are just superstitions and can be tied to perceived lack of self worth. Is this reflected in technology- induced addiction? What can we do to keep stress and hurt in check, as well as to eliminate symptoms of social ineptitude? These questions are worth the time.
Repair and Repairify
After the IPO of Apple, there has been a unique variety of iPads released. These large hand-held devices boast increased color capability, much better cameras, more programing and more power (thanks to a technology that operates at the radio frequency spectrum). Each company utilizes the largest collection of leading silicon design resources available to refine features and design the devices to offer the highest possible performance while maintaining the safety for the consumer. But, even with much-improved performance, the devices are still just too large for most people to fit comfortably in their pockets and purses. Unwilling to spend big bucks on a PC or laptop, most people opt to purchase a smartphone instead. While much longer lasting, smartphones are equally large and bulky. Convenience and improved technology give people the impression that they can make the most of their smartphone by simply wearing it 24/7, even though they don’t need a large bag to help carry it.
You can understand why most people pass on the Samsung S8 and S9 because these large handsets are simply too big to reach their hand. If you have the commitment to change, the benefit to using a smartphone is not a matter of “just” changing. You are changing the way you think. The net is positive.
Keep A Mental Inventory
Many people insist on being around people with which they are comfortable, which is something we call social capital. For this reason, we encourage you to maintain a mental inventory of the people in your life. Make a list of the things and people you enjoy about them. What do you appreciate in them? Know who you are and, despite all the adoration you heap on your good friend (whose name is pronounced ah-nuh-nuh), who isn’t reciprocating. And don’t underestimate your own list of beloved things. Self-awareness, inspiration, and inspiration really help you to make decisions, like in answering the question, “What do you think you are?”
Save Cell Phone Calls
Although your focus on your companion may keep you away from phone calls, the need to communicate has never really been a problem. And, at least, not in your area of social aptitude.
But the solution is simple: change your behavior. Make a point to spend less time using and speaking with your cell phone. For example, during phone calls, never respond immediately or use the device to record voicemails. For safety, leave the device off all times when you are unaccompanied. This encourages your associates to see you as an independently-responsible adult, not just your device. And finally, even if you do leave your phone on during personal conversations, don’t text or send photos or videos during phone calls. When you have your conversation, turn off your device. The notion of putting your phone in your hand is boring and inappropriate. And, most importantly, don’t make eye contact with your phone during a conversation.