Have you ever heard of a website called “Linked In?” It’s the 21st century equivalent to a resume. If all the changes in life leave you with your head spinning as you travel Your High-Tech Journey to a Linked-In World, this series of posts is for you. I hope you’ll Join me as I talk about deciding what you want from the journey.
Today, I unveiled something I’m calling “Your High Tech Journey to a Linked In World.” Along the way, I will talk about my struggles to learn and apply a myriad of technology tools that didn’t even exist when I was going to school. But I don’t want this to be a series of disjointed “tech tips” that you can get anywhere. Instead, I want to take a step back, look at the story of my life, and see how I came to learn the things I’ve learned, how I’ve set goals for myself, and then applied the things I learned to help me achieve my goals.
So, before we can strike out on this “high tech journey to a linked in world,” it makes sense to me to think about some “low tech” skills that we all as regular people need to apply. Something my wife calls “common sense and logic.”
And so, in this first “Journey Step,” I talked about identifying your goals in life, and identifying one or more skills you use to achieve your goals. As I have thought about this for my life, here is a summary of what I came up with:
Here is a bible verse I memorized a long time ago, and I think it fits well with the topic of Deciding What You Want from the Journey: Isaiah 32:8: But the noble man devises noble plans; And by noble plans he stands.
Here’s my encouragement for you: See if you can create a similar matrix for yourself like the one I made for me.
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Thanks, and God bless.