We touch 80 times a day on our phones. It’s a shocking number that will most likely cause you to cringe. It’s real that our phones have become slaves. And worst of all, we don’t see the actual damage it does. You might think of ways to put an end to this passive slavery. You may also need a nudge to improve your habits, here are some benefits when you get off the phone or other digital product for ultimate digital detox.
You have the ability to see patterns and connect dots when you have time to reflect, pause and observe. Patterns are the insight needed to have large and small ideas. These are the seeds of any idea, and we lose the ability to identify patterns and use them to ignite ideas when we fill our minds incessantly with meaningless things. Your eyes are up while your mobile is down and you feel aroused. Talking to people, listening to people around you and getting information from all your senses, you’re improving your creative power. “Ideas come from everything,” as Alfred Hitchcock says. But to notice things, you need to be present.
If you’re not caught in the trivialities of what someone else ate for lunch, you can differentiate between what’s urgent and what’s important with greater clarity. All too often, our phones enable us to mix these things up–a mid-meeting buzz will catch our attention, even though what’s important is happening right before us. You’ll be able to get away from your phone regularly. The ability to focus is attributed to a great chunk of their success by the most successful leaders-and our phones make it almost impossible.
Better Working Relationship
You get further, quicker when you choose to meet in person (without phones) and actively limit contact. A solid meeting worth a hundred nebulous emails. Meetings in person help to strengthen trust, increase accountability, and ensure that any misalignments are discussed early before they become major problems. Email plays a supporting role in the star attraction when you work this way: in personal connections-and
You also earn a dopamine hit when you are truly present with others. A recent study of social health and relationships showed that a lack of connection could be even more harmful to health than cigarettes, obesity, and high blood pressure. Not only does it feel better when we are linked, but it also enhances our well being. Our immune system is boosting, inflammation is dissipating, stressful. It’s an instant mood kill, as it’s more important than you to actually say what’s on my phone. Digital detox may lead you towards healthy lifestyle.