Quit your smartphone addiction with(in) 30 days challenges
What you'll learn
- How to apply simple strategies to get rid of your smartphone addiction
- How to get rid of the feeling of nervousness when misplacing your phone
- How to stop losing time browsing and scrolling online
- How to make better use of your time
- How to make the difference between urgent and important stuff
- There are no specific requirements for this course
This course is by no means a course in treating nomophobia, which is the term for the fear of losing one's phone, and an abbreviation for No More Phone (NoMoPhone/Phobia). It is merely a set of activities that anyone can do in an attempt to control and reduce the use and abuse of time spent on a smartphone. The average time spent online is around 7 hours per day, and most of it is done via a smartphone. Unfortunately, it is not quality time, meaning that most of it is spent doing virtually nothing, just browsing meaningless.
So if you know you are having a problem with the time you spend on your smartphone or a specialist told you that you should get treatment, then do that. Look for professional treatment to the problem you identified and use this course only as a plus, to help you strengthen the professional treatment you receive.
Instead, if you can control your addictive behaviors or even better, you don't have any, but still want some simple strategies to be more productive and waste less time doing nothing while online, this course is for you. Learn through 30 simple and time proven strategies how to stop wasting time and energy and regain control over your behaviors.
Who this course is for:
- People who want to get rid of their smartphone addiction
I am a professional trainer, psychologist and photographer. For more than 20 years, I have designed, implemented and delivered soft skills trainings in organizations all over the world. I worked with hundreds of thousands of people on their personal and professional development. I also teach at a major University in my country and work with thousands of students each year. I am really blessed to be able to work in the areas that are my passions - human development and psychology.
My other passion is photography. I’ve always liked photography, even if it sounds like a cliché. The first photos I took without knowing how to do that, without any attention to framing, subject or composition. After a while, I began to understand what is happening in the space between me as a photographer and the subject I was photographing. And many years later, I also understood why I like to photograph. So that I can communicate: a message, an emotion, a concept.