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How many of us spend our free time on social media?
Do you find yourself becoming unproductive because of it?
Today, we will unravel the ways in which social media can subtly control our minds and lifestyles. The journey begins by acknowledging that if we don't learn to use technology consciously, it can end up consuming us entirely. Step by step, we navigate through practical strategies to regain control and create a healthier relationship with social media.
These strategies guide us toward fostering more meaningful interactions, like detaching from devices during social gatherings, creating 'no technology' zones in our homes, and engaging in curious and vulnerable conversations with loved ones. We also learn the importance of transforming from passive consumers to active creators.
In this episode, you'll learn:
- How addictive social media can be
- How to develop a healthy screen time
- How to spend your time more productively
- How to make genuine connections in person
Through these steps, we embark on a transformative journey towards mastering technology, ultimately reclaiming our presence and connection in the digital age.
With Love and Gratitude,
What We Discuss:
- 00:00 Intro
- 01:14 How does social media control your mind and your life?
- 06:57 If we don't learn how to use technology, it ends up consuming us
- 10:42 Step #1 On social media, people talk about themselves 80% of the time
- 12:39 How can we shift into connecting with others on social media?
- 15:51 Step #2: Do activities without your phone with your friends
- 20:00 Step #3: Create a ‘no technology’ zone in your home
- 23:14 Step #4: Have more curious, vulnerable conversations with people you love
- 24:59 Step #5: Become a creator not a consumer
- 26:45 Step #6: Having alternatives is easier than setting blocks
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