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I find people are limited in growth in technology due to them not expanding their skill despite it not being difficult so they end up being held back despite the demand in business and in job marking being in new technology. Technology constantly changes and being valued at corporations is dependent on overcoming ***** steps.
This phenomenom can be described by an analogy. If you slowly move your finger up against a balloon, you feel resistance and feel like it is pushing back. You move your hand further still feeling the resistance until it pops and you can move on. These people are really smart and not lazy. The struggle in the first step of learning something new and different and give up. They need to learn to over the *****.
Words I can think of
Neither describes the face that the friction is just in the beginning. Learning the new thing isn't really hard but the resistance is merely in it being different and new.
I guess it is similar to waking up early in the morning or exercising. Initially it is very hard but becomes routine it is easy and become easy.
Two people get given the same task of fishing. One tries to immediately catch fish with his hands. The other takes his time by making a net. The former could have done the same as it would make fishing so much easier however the friction of doing something different to what his existing methods was, he found to hard .
What do you call (single word or compound word) the initial friction of doing something different or the bias of not wanting to do it because it is different/strange/alien even though it is beneficial once that irrational mental block gets passed.
Not a dislike. Almost a phantom resistance but that isn't a recognized phrase. Not a mind block but a mind bubble but that also isn't a recognized phrase