I'm a Tech. Now, a Tech is a combination of a bunch of different things... Sure, I fix computers, and printers, and networks, and ipods, and clock radios (and so on) for money. Some people in my shoes call themselves Geeks. That's cool, but it's only part of the picture: A Tech is a Geek plus a diagnostician, a teacher, a therapist, a handyman, a consultant, and a friend.
I strive to be all of these things to my clients, who are often at the end of their ropes with anger, fear, and frustration about "this &^@%*$! computer that won't give me back my photos/thesis/quickbooks/emails/irreplaceable-so-and-so!!!"
My company specializes in demystifying technology, empowering users, and making things WORK as soon as needed. We fix things FAST and fix them WELL, and explain to people in clear and simple terms how they can tame their machines and make them work exactly as they want them to.
Ever see the Dog Whisperer? We're kinda like that: We bust down the door (figuratively), immediately lull the computer into submission with our technical dominance, then teach the owners how to be "technically dominant" like us.
All this in (usually) less than an hour.