Feeling like Technology has passed you by?

Is this you?  Do you rely on your GrandKids for Tech help?

This is the current relationship between my mum and my son. He’s been learning to code and fast becoming another ‘Tech-Savvy’ member of our family and he’s 10 years old.

Don’t despair and remember everyone has to learn to walk, talk and write before they could run.  As part of the older generation myself, I didn’t grow up with Tech, but I showed an interest and started learning during my accounting degree.  Which eventually lead me to teach others how to use accounting software.

Even though we didn’t start as babies, as the 20-somethings did, there is no reason why you can’t pick up a few new skills and be Tech Savvy at any age.  You just need a desire to want to learn!  If you want to try it and are patient with yourself you will learn.

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If you have any questions you can’t find answers to, or are just feeling overwhelmed and not sure where to start, please get in touch.

With Technology changing so rapidly it’s no wonder many of us feel left behind.  Especially if we didn’t grow up with a tablet or phone, like me.  But that doesn’t mean we need to stay that way.

Anyone can be Tech Savvy, you just need to take the step and “Want to Learn”.

Let’s take this journey together.

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Kylie Ross

Kylie Ross

I'm a Translator for the Tech Challenged and a retired accountant and financial software implementation consultant. Understanding the customer and translating their requirements into various forms of training materials has provided me with a greater understanding of how people learn best. Which is why all the content I create is provided in multiple styles – online video’s, downloadable documents, podcasts and checklists.

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