Tech. We can’t live without it, but we wonder sometimes if it’s really helping us live simpler lives. We’re promised that it will make our personal lives more efficient. Or that it will make our businesses more profitable. It will save us time. Save us energy. Save us money.
Does it? Really?
And what about connection? Do we connect the way we used to? Facebook friends instead of real friends. Texting instead of calling (present company guilty as charged). Tuning out and zoning out with Smart TVs and a host of channels, like the old Bruce Springsteen song “57 Channels and Nothing On.” Except today it’s more like “1,057 Channels and Nothing On.”
We all see the gifs of people sitting around the dinner table, or on the couch, each on their phone, not present to each other. Connection is lost. And it’s getting worse.
I’m Marc, and I’d like to help you reconnect. To yourself. To your feelings. To that sense of self-care you once had but forgot about. To your intimate self that perhaps hasn’t had a chance to come out in years.
Maybe then, you can begin to reach out and re-establish those connections that perhaps have been lost in your life.