Leadership is broken because leaders are unbroken
You have the watch, we have the time
Well, Apple has the watch anyway! Mac has taken a bite out of the apple with its heart measuring, health monitoring, run pacing—and, oh yeah, time telling—watch.
There’s a whole new world of time savers available in any language from IOS to Android to Windows. And there’s all those other tech time savers like DVRs, online banking, texting, caller ID, and navigational tools, Yes, and Evernote and Dropbox too, both of which have cost me more time trying to figure out how to use than they ever saved me.
That’s my problem, I’m sure, but I really don’t like wasting time to save time. Of course, there are multiple to do programs and e-calendars as well as e-dictionaries and e-lexicons. Recently I watched a TED talk by David Pogue, of the New York Times, that listed a number of computer time savers, and that was helpful. I could tell it was helpful because 4,307,789 people viewed it. Impressive.
But here’s my question: do these time savers help us where we need it the most?