Is this a quote for you future Revit users? Afraid? Fear?
Fear of what?
Fear of failure.
Fear of looking stupid
Fear of not looking like the smartest person in your office
Fear of not knowing the workflow and process
Fear of losing your job because of the increased productivity
Fear of what it will all cost
Fear of having to learn something new
Fear of not staying with Status Quo.
Fear of making a mistake
Fear of how long it will take to learn
Fear of how long it will take to complete a project
Fear of the unknown
Fear of people seeing that you don't know everything
Fear of having someone else in your office learn it better and get your job
Fear of technology
Fear of the output
Fear of not knowing where to start
Fear of not knowing where to finish
Fear of fear.
See, there's really nothing to be afraid of. Why? BECAUSE EVERY SINGLE ARCHITECT, DESIGNER, DRAFTER, CAD MANAGER, PRINICIPAL AND ENGINEER ALL HAVE THE EXACT SAME FEARS, DOUBTS AND CONCERNS ABOUT SWITCHING TO BIM.
EVERYONE! NOT ONE PERSON IN THE WORLD KNEW WHAT THEY WERE DOING WHEN THEY STARTED. THEY ALL STARTED AT THE SAME PLACE.
So, you have nothing to fear but fear itself.
Oh, one more fear to worry about. All of your competitors are using Revit and you're not. Theyre' getting all of the new business and you may go out of business.
Nah, there's nothing to worry about in sticking with CAD. Keep doing what you're doing and ignore all of that new shiny technology. Stay with your one horse-power. Yes, don't get a car when you can ride a safe and reliable horse to work.