TFM founder Robert Plotkin was recently invited onto The Stress Mastery Podcast with Bill Cortright.
Listen as Robert talks with Cortright about the effect that technology has on us and what we can do about it, to not only better manage stress but take back control over your time to become more focused and productive.
- Why it’s important to Impose structure that influences how you use technology
- Techniques for taking back control over technology
- And tips for dealing with binge-watching
Listen to Robert on The Stress Mastery Podcast (iTunes) or via Thestressmasterpodcast.com.
Are you one of those people with 30 tabs open at any given time?
Do you find yourself checking Instagram or absent-mindedly responding to someone on Whatsapp when you should be working?
Don’t worry, we all do it.
As soon as you hear the ping of a notification, it’s incredibly easy to wander off and lose valuable time during your day.
But what if you could remove all those attention suckers when you’re trying to do your best work? And easily switch back when it’s time to communicate or play?
It’s possible — and easy to do with multiple desktops.
Learn what they are, why they’re so helpful, and how to set them up for yourself in a way that maximizes not only productivity but focus as well.
Continue reading How to Use Multiple Desktops to Maximize Focus
The concept of mindful technology is edging its way into the mainstream as more and more people want to break free of unhealthy digital habits.
Pete Dunlap, Founder of Digital Detangler, is poised to help with this uniquely modern problem. He empowers individuals, schools, and businesses to transform their digital environments for greater well-being.
Robert Plotkin recently interviewed Pete on the Technology for Mindfulness podcast to learn how he became the Digital Detangler and what individuals can do to take control of their own technology use.
Continue reading How to Manage Your Digital Environment – 6 Practical Ideas from Pete Dunlap
Our smartphone helps us stay connected with those we love and can keep us safe.
It helps us navigate uncharted roads, light dark rooms, manage our to-do list, and keep up with world events.
It entertains us and gives us the ability to find an answer to virtually any question at a momentâ€™s notice.
And the power of the handheld devices in our pockets grows by the day.
But while the benefits of 21st Century technology, especially smartphones, is undeniable, the conversation about our smartphone habits and their effect on our mental and physical health is becoming louder. Continue reading How to Take Back Your Health Without Putting Your Smartphone Down
When you read the latest headlines, you’d think technology is the worst thing to happen to couples since… well, ever. After all, it takes our attention away from our partners, right?
Not so fast. It’s not all bad news. Marla Mattenson has a different perspective, and it’s quite empowering. Continue reading 4 Ways Technology Can Improve Your Relationships – A Conversation with Marla Mattenson