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How old-fashioned tech can grow your digital agency

Episode 307 - Featuring Lee Matthew Jackson

March 3, 2021

How old-fashioned tech can grow your digital agency

Computers the size of rooms helped win a war. A simple astrolabe helped explorers discovery new worlds. Countless classics were penned with ink on paper. Are we chasing the latest technology to the detriment of our own personal growth and the success of our business?

In this episode I share how going back to old tech has helped me to improve my work life balance, regain my focus and improved my business.

We will discover:

  • What old tech I’ve been using
  • How limitations and inconvenience help me focus
  • Selecting unique tools for specific jobs
  • How I outwork this into my life and business
  • Surprisingly positive impacts in my companies
  • The real world benefits a digital minimalist approach

Get your quills at the ready and let’s jump in!

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