I was thinking today as I was talking to some people who have never used a drone before and when they did it seemed like they got a lightbulb moment on how using the technology can make so much more sense than other things. The funny thing was how I would imagine it would be common knowledge for the most part. However, for many people I guess it’s true that we tend to stick with what we know where we simply aren’t exposed to new things.
I actually think this is important for having good financial habits too as weird as that sounds. Because the more ways you know how to do something the more things you can potentially do to solve issues which in the end can mean saved money. The common examples are using odd things you would never expect as say soap of sorts or finding out how you can cook and prepare foods in different ways where you normally would think you need expensive cookware to do so.
Of course for that to happen you have to be willing to get out of your comfort zone in some ways. The knowledge you gain is worth it though. If you need a motivation to do it too often find meeting different kinds of people can help with that as everyone has different backgrounds and knowledge to share.