To be non-technical

PKM Jan 05, 2021

To be non technical is to reduce our possibilities, accept our limitations, and limit the opportunities that ourselves can become.

But on the other hand, to declare oneself as non-technical is to recognize what we prioritize, not focusing on leveling up skills we deem to be technical.

Eg. I can learn how to code, I know I am capable of doing so. I don’t know if Ill be good or not. But I choose not to start learning because I feel I can add value back by doing other things (eg. Having conversations).

I guess I can reframe it with the following: I choose not to understand this yet.

It could be the power of 'yet' that helps makes this less final.



Norman Chella is the Podcast Rainmaker, Polymath in Progress and a very strange writer. His creative pen name is N.T. Cloever. You can find his words right here.

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