Each week we ask some leading questions to an entrepreneur or business owner.
Here’s some of our favourite replies to … What coming technological advancement do you expect to have the biggest impact on your business?
“The forceful paradigm shift into the digital is the primal causal accelerator of technological advancement in my field. The location-independent mobility of coaching/consulting is exponentialized now, out of need and the reality imposed by globalized networks that call for fluid adaptive models of service delivery, operations and communications.
Building a comprehensive holistic coachee-centered experience that is intuitive, streamlined & wholly customized is how you stay technologically evolved, relevant & pace-setting. From calendly (for bookings) to Mailchimp (for email campaigning) and Wix (for website/content-creation), I leverage tailored assets that bring convenience, granular customization, and high impact to clients.”
Chesline Pierre-Paul, Transformation Coach, Social Impact Expert and Co-Founder of The Decolonial Hub
“As a therapist for professional money managers and entrepreneurs, my goal is to invite my clients to expand their rapport with all parts of themselves and the world they live in. One of the biggest entries to their internal landscape is their physiology. I watch every tick on their face, their breathing, and posture. By expanding these clues, we clarify the various conflicts that keep them from their goals. With more online work, this becomes more challenging. What if my clients had sensors that charted their physiology in real-time while we talked? I could see immediately when we hit a subconscious hot spot.”
Richard Friesen, Founder and CEO of Mind Muscles Academy
“In my business, it is tough to point to one specific technology that will have a big impact. But what typically happens is any new technology trend is overhyped as “the new big thing” and most of them are often pumped by “influencers” and other types of hypemen… then quickly fade away because they don’t fit the company’s or industry’s strategy.
I’d imagine that will remain the same going forward.”
Dave Wakeman, Principal at Wakeman Consulting Group