I feel that I was born in the wrong generation for computers. Have any of you felt that way?
It seems so easy for the younger generation to work with computers. They seem to come into this world knowing how to work them. Someone can show me how to do it, I can do it while I’m being coached through it, but as soon as I try to do it myself, it seems like the computer knows and even if I do it right, something goes wrong.
I must somehow make peace with these machines. I don’t get frustrated easily, but technology just seems to get me frustrated. Generally I’m very patient. Somehow though, computers get to me. I feel like they have a consciousness of their own. They seem to know it’s me and like a little devil, throws something in to mess me up.
Anyone have any answers for me or am I going to have to live in my own time and let the younger generation handle this one?
The good news about computers is that they do what you tell them to do. The bad news is that they do what you tell them to do.Ted Nelson
I’ve been taking a course called the Master Keys Experience, which helps me deal with frustrations, not only with computers, but with life in general. For example, I can choose how I want to feel about any situation in life. There are Seven Laws of the Mind, and this would be the Law of Substitution. It is one that I use a lot and my favorite.
This is only a small taste for anyone who joins the Master Key Experience. Why not get on my list here and I will send you some more information.
I just want you to know how important this course is, because I have spent so much time on the computer learning to put this blog together, so I could share the class with you.
Thanks for stopping by and reading my blog.Jane Cox