Quit Video Games For 30 Days: Boost Your Productivity
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Quit Video Games For 30 Days: Boost Your Productivity

Start Accomplishing More Goals & Boost Your Productivity With This 30 Day Challenge
4.6 (19 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,670 students enrolled
Created by John Shea
Last updated 3/2017
English
Price: Free
Includes:
  • 36 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Understand how quitting for a short period of time can help them focus on more important goals.
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Requirements
  • You will need to go into this course with the mindset that taking a break can be a good thing
  • You may want to tell your friends and others you play games with!
Description

In this course I provide some in-depth insight on how quitting video games for an entire 30 days helped me boost my productivity and change my outlook on playing video games in general.

I personally battled with video game addiction years ago playing games such as World of Warcraft and EverQuest. This course reflects on those experiences and how they affected my life.

If you decide to take this challenge of quitting video games for 30 days I'm going to share with you some simple ways you can:

  • Boost overall productivity
  • Work on more of your personal goals
  • Use a "to do" list goal approach to accomplishing more in your free time

Taking a break for 30 days is a good way to step back a bit if you've been playing games for all your life like I had. I found I'm now able to easily get more done and not commit so much time just to playing games. It's improved my self discipline and mental state of mind. 

Of course quitting games entirely is a big step, my biggest recommendation is to take this course and commit for 30 days. After that you can choose to go back or simply play a lot less in your free time then you may have been before. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone looking to improve their lifestyle by getting more done
  • Anyone looking to improve productivity
  • Those who feel that they might be addicted to gaming
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Curriculum For This Course
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My Background & Dealing With Video Game Addiction
4 Lectures 14:37
Introduction
02:26

My Background With Video Games
05:38

EverQuest Addiction Story
03:17

Another Story Of Game Addiction
03:16
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Telling Your Gaming Friends and Removing Temptations To Play
2 Lectures 04:54
Removing Temptations
02:47

Telling Your Friends That Your Quitting
02:07
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What To Do When You Quit
4 Lectures 13:15
What To Do With Your Free Time
06:19

What I Accomplished In Those 30 Days
02:41

Need Help Now?
01:45

Conclusion & The Long Game
02:30
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Free Bonus
1 Lecture 03:43
Bonus: My Success With Freelancing on UpWork
03:43
About the Instructor
John Shea
4.2 Average rating
2,037 Reviews
62,478 Students
41 Courses
Owner of No Shame Income

I run the online blog No Shame Income where I share what's working for me in the world of online marketing.

I started learning about online marketing as a way to generate additional income, I enjoy connecting with others and helping people achieve their goals.

I have experience with Amazon, eBay, eCommerce, Social Media, SEO, Affiliate Marketing, Podcasting, Lead Generation, Landing Page Design, Wordpress & More.

I have created all kinds of courses on different topics such as Amazon, SEO and starting your own Podcast.