Josh Nass recognizes that the mobile changes that have affected disc jockeying have been quite substantial and are worthy of consideration for that reason. Change can be healthy and opportune if harnessed appropriately. It’s all about how it is utilized in order to effectuate an outcome and how it is therefore leveraged.
According to Josh Nass there is indeed a desire among some to steer away from change. There are most established folks who are members of veteran communities that are averse to change because they’ve grown accustomed to the way things run and operate, in the decades proceeding.
This isn’t uncommon; and it’s also totally rational and understandable. People grow accustomed to certain nuances and ways of doing things and don’t want to change for that reason. After all, why should they if they are enjoying and succeeding over the course of the path they are currently taking.
Indeed change can be difficult for some to appreciate. When one gets accustomed to certain protocols, procedures and operations they don’t want to modify that custom. There are certain regularities that people appreciate. Even while one person might have a subjective view that it would be more favorable for something to be done in a different way, others might feel differently.
All change is viewed through this prism. And it can either be embraced or it can be challenged. In my personal experience, people have been most successful and adept at managing changes when they embrace it and instead work on diligently persisting moving forward.
The changes coming to so many industries is a direct creation and product of the technological revolution we have seen across industry and corporate America. These technological creations and inventions will continue harnessing incredible revolutionary change across industry. And it is indiscriminate in terms of the industries it will affect.
Those have and continue to include healthcare, real estate, financial services and so many more. We have seen many start-ups and business organizations that have been able to successfully employ changes in a way that actually increase their bottom line and help them build their customer base. This trend will continue.