Written by Peter Mate, President of Planit Canada, for Woodworking Canada.
Start somewhere but start. We don’t need to achieve perfection to start. Time and time again it’s been shown that starting and being able to pivot is more important that trying to nail it right the first time.
Be easy on yourself and your colleagues. When stepping into new territory, expect things to go wrong. Something failing or breaking is going to happen. It’s not the end of the world. Fix it, change it, learn from it and move on.
The speed at which younger generations learn about technology is incredible, and there’s a lot that can be learned from your 8 year old buying a $20 app subscription through your account.