The iPad is essential

Those who failed to see the potential of the iPad are extremely shortsighted.

The iPad is not only innovative, but also essential in the following occasions:

1. Business Meetings

No matter it’s a 1-on-1 meeting with my business partner or a 50-person presentation to my customers, the iPad gives me the power to carry my slides and numbers around and effectively present them to my audience.  The iPad eliminates a heavy bag and a bunch of papers for me.

Shortsighters: a laptop can do the same plus so much more!

Question: Why do you carry a smartphone when you can just get a mobile Internet key from your service provider and bring your laptop around?

2. Entertainment and Lifestyle

Imagine playing monopoly or chess with your friends and family on the iPad.  How about setting up an interactive and fun guestbook at your wedding?  My wedding is coming up and I can think of thousands of ways on how to utilize the iPad to make it a unique experience for everyone.

Shortsighters: This is not essential!

Question: If the multi-billion-dollar entertainment industry is not relevant, then what is?

3. Personal Development

I read a lot of books.  In fact, I read at least 1 book per week, and I like to carry my books around when I travel.  The iPad gives me the power to carry as many books as I want and eliminate the baggage fees to board a commercial flight.

Shortsighters: You can’t possibly read that many books on-the-go, so just pick one and stick with it!

Question: Do you have an iPod?  How many songs do you have in there?  Do you listen to all of them on-the-go?  If not, why don’t you just pick one album and stick with it?

Embrace innovation and transform the lives around you!

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About Daniel Chu
“Success is to drive and continually shape the excellence in you and around you” – Daniel Chu Born in January 1st 1983 in Taipei Taiwan, Daniel Che Yi Chu moved to Ontario Canada by himself at the age of 14, seeking for better education. In 2007, Daniel obtained his Honor Bachelor of Science (with distinction) in Computer Science (Software Engineering) from the University of Toronto, St. George campus. Currently an IT Project Manager at TELUS, Daniel is leading teams with up to 15 members and managing budgets between $100K-$800K, facilitating a $900M deal with the Quebec government (http://bit.ly/17A6tu). Since graduation, Daniel joined TELUS’s Leadership Development Program (http://bit.ly/bLnKD), which gave him an opportunity to explore different professional roles, such as a Business Analyst, Developer, IT Project Manager, Human Resources Project Manager, and Strategic Advisor. Continued to grow, Daniel joined Toastmasters in 2008, and obtained both the Competent Leader and Competent Communicator designation in 2009. Also in 2009, Daniel was nominated and elected President of his Toastmasters Club (http://www.telespeakers.com). Daniel is a committed Christian who is also a committed volunteer at Big Brothers and the Crisis Center. He helps the Crisis Center deliver suicide prevention workshops at Vancouver’s high schools. Daniel enjoys various activities, such as swimming, playing basketball, and bowling. He also enjoys reading and writing.

One Response to The iPad is essential

  1. quokka says:

    Hi,
    Think you are right here. Since I got my iPhone, things changed. I love it and do not ever want to get rid of it. I simply can’t live without it! One of the biggest shortcomings is the small screen in my opinion. I want an iPad when it’s available over here in the Netherlands…

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