Watch: Choice 4
“Technology can accelerate the inflow of gravel into our lives, burying us faster under a mountain of less important things.”Kory Kogon, Co-Author of The 5 Choices to Extraordinary Productivity
Once you have confronted your relationship with technology, you are in a position to use it as a powerful tool to help you be more proactive, reach goals and be productive. In the end, technology is not the problem; it is how conscious and deliberate we are about how we use it. Our brains may love the novelty of technology, but by getting very clear as to what is really important to us and using our conscious skills of discernment, we have every chance to use our tools wisely to achieve extraordinary productivity.