When we need to get something done, often times we look to complete the work with a set of tools. Depending on the line of work we’re in, the tools can range from the simple to the complex, and the skill needed to work with these tools effectively can be wide ranging.
An amateur collects tools and works with them for a short while, learning just a little at a time, and for fun.
A professional understands what needs to be learned and also what tools should be discarded or not bothered with.
There are lots of different technologies, and products, and services out there to help you do your job better. That’s not the problem.
The problem is curating a skill set and tool kit that has what you need to do the work when you need it.
Producing a quality product or experience for your customers requires that you ask questions before you buy your next tool.