What if I told you:
- 26% of people can’t even use computers at all.
- Another 43% are either Below or at Level 1 meaning they can only do basic tasks with a computer.
- That’s 69% of the population that can’t do a whole lot.
We need to simplify our communication, our customer experiences, our processes because a large portion of our target audiences might not have the technical proficiency level we think they have.
Today’s Guest – John Malecki
13 cuts from 5 different teams, in four years.
There is a small percentage of people that are built with the focus and dedication to drive through that level of set-back in their career. For some of us, that would break us. For John Malecki, it simply said “Stop. Reset. Start over.”
From first being cut by Jeff Fisher while with the Tennessee Titans to his last NFL cut by Mike Tomlin with the Pittsburgh Steelers John was faced with tough life lessons. He learned that if you want to approach life with an emotional focus you need to be sure you can control it. His “big picture” outlook made him a No BS guy.
John Malecki was a 3-year starter and captain of the football team at the University of Pittsburgh where he studied Marketing. He then made it to the big time, spending 4 years in the NFL. Once his professional football career ended, John turned his focus from the field to the workshop, building custom furniture and running a thriving business called JM Custom Builds based in Homestead, PA.
Connect with John on LinkedIn.
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