Jim Richardson offers:
One-on-one help for folks with technology phobias
You may have a technology
•You have not really tried to learn computers.
•You only use your computer to
write letters, send email and maybe dabble in social networking web sites.
•You don't know what the difference is between "intuitive" and "counter-intuitive" interactive
•You bought a digital camcorder (a camera that can also record
video with audio) on sale for $200,
then let it gather dust
on your shelf
because you couldn't figure out how to turn it on or off.
how to take photos or shoot video,
then save that media file to your computer and
email a compressed version of your masterpieces to friends and family.
•You have no time to take
a 8-16 week class in basic computers.
•Add your other computer phobias here:
room to complete your personal list of computer phobias?
I know you do:
Solution that can end the madness:
What you need is a series of one-on-one sessions
with the Computer Coach (me) to:
•rapidly hand-hold you through the basics.
•so a new world will open.
Stop being afraid of that little dumb box
•on your desk called a "computer" or
the more fashionable phone, digital assistant, tablet, etc.,
•in your pocket/purse/briefcase
called a "mobile
You are not alone.
But now is your time to come out of the technologically phobic closet.
Your investment for a brighter future:
Computer Coach offers private sessions: $50/hour. Upshot: your advance payment reserves my time.
•No charge for my travel if you are within a 20 minute drive
of Mill Valley,
Not even in California nor the USA?
I also work long-distance, both nationally and internationally
•via phone, email
and video conferencing.
Video conferencing is a relatively simple thing to set up,
and can even save you bucks on my local travel expenses.
•Plus, it humanizes the learning experience:
As one of my clients exclaimed in astonishment, "Jim, it's like you are here, right in my living room!"