Technology (Internet, hand held devices, social media, screens, etc.) can prove a useful tool, but it can also be destructive. This can be said about all technological advances, even the most primitive. The same hammer that can be used to build a new, wonderful creation can also be used to destroy or inflict harm.

Reframing is necessary when the technology does not serve to enrich one’s life. Some develop a healthy attitude toward the uses and potential of the hammer, while others develop a firm discipline to not pick it up again.

Technology reframing advances the individual well beyond basic healing.

The goal is to equip individuals to thrive, not just survive. We move into the realm of real world integration. In the final stages of the program, we introduce our students to real-world situations surrounded by technology. Technology can thoughtfully approach the remainder of life using the tool kit gained in our program.
 

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In fact, micro-degrees and certifications such as JavaScript, C#, Python, and Full Stack web development. These jobs are in high demand as are the many trades we  considered as "blue collar." Starting annual salaries are anywhere between $40,000-$80,000. These jobs are going unfilled.

There are an incredible number of education options available with a much lower cost in time and money that the traditional four years at a university. We'll help you sort through your options and make meaningful connections with mentor networks.

Maybe it's time to reconsider your course and flip your 180 now.

 

Liberty Springs' unique mix of recreation, nutrition, skills training, entrepreneurship education, work and service for others creates an excitement for life and the ambition to dream.

Technology can be addicting as explained by Dr. Hedelius. But, it doesn’t have to be. We’ll provide the tools to overcome and thrive.

 "Let's find out what drives you. Then, develop the skills to go after whatever that is. You'll provide immense value to others and be rewarded for it."

"Let's find out what drives you. Then, develop the skills to go after whatever that is. You'll provide immense value to others and be rewarded for it."