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Indistractable Indistractable Provides A Framework That Will Deliver The Focus You Need To Get Results James Clear, Author Of Atomic Habits You Sit Down At Your Desk To Work On An Important Project, But A Notification On Your Phone Interrupts Your Morning Later, As You Re About To Get Back To Work, A Colleague Taps You On The Shoulder To Chat At Home, Screens Get In The Way Of Quality Time With Your Family Another Day Goes By, And Once Again, Your Most Important Personal And Professional Goals Are Put On Hold What Would Be Possible If You Followed Through On Your Best Intentions What Could You Accomplish If You Could Stay Focused And Overcome Distractions What If You Had The Power To Become Indistractable International Best Selling Author, Former Stanford Lecturer, And Behavioral Design Expert, Nir Eyal, Wrote Silicon Valley S Handbook For Making Technology Habit Forming Five Years After Publishing Hooked, Eyal Reveals Distraction S Achilles Heel In His Groundbreaking New Book In Indistractable, Eyal Reveals The Hidden Psychology Driving Us To Distraction He Describes Why Solving The Problem Is Not As Simple As Swearing Off Our Devices Abstinence Is Impractical And Often Makes Us Want Eyal Lays Bare The Secret Of Finally Doing What You Say You Will Do With A Four Step, Research Backed Model Indistractable Reveals The Key To Getting The Best Out Of Technology, Without Letting It Get The Best Of Us Inside, Eyal Overturns Conventional Wisdom And Reveals Why Distraction At Work Is A Symptom Of A Dysfunctional Company Culture And How To Fix It What Really Drives Human Behavior And Why Time Management Is Pain Management Why Your Relationships And Your Sex Life Depend On You Becoming Indistractable How To Raise Indistractable Children In An Increasingly Distracting World Empowering And Optimistic, Indistractable Provides Practical, Novel Techniques To Control Your Time And Attention Helping You Live The Life You Really Want.

About the Author: Nir Eyal

Nir Eyal is the bestselling author of Hooked How to Build Habit Forming Products and Indistractable How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life He has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Hasso Plattner Institute of Design His writing on technology, psychology and business appears in the Harvard Business Review, The Atlantic, TechCrunch, and Psychology Today.Nir bl

10 thoughts on “Indistractable

  1. says:

    I sometimes when I m with friends, I constantly checking out my phone I know my friends were annoyed HAHAH until I read this book, I can call myself phubber meaning phone snubber.I loved this book so much It was really incredible I loved that this book is relatable in some kind of ways in my personal life.I am always being distracted by something I m so glad I read this book I

  2. says:

    I was an early reader of the book and was fascinated from beginning to end Indistractable is an in depth, scientifically underpinned, guide on how to take back control of your life and removing distractions that take you away from being present in the moment I loved the the very personal elements, for example the superpower story at the beginning and the end, which emphasise the

  3. says:

    I am reviewing this book because I received a preliminary copy and think it is a vitally important topic.How many stars would I give Indistractable 1 5 5 out of 5 stars How would I summarize the book in one sentence Live a fulfilling life by becoming aware and controling both the internal and external triggers that constantly bombard me.What were the most memorable or helpful parts

  4. says:

    Have you ever gone out with friends or family and there is that one guy who is constantly checking out of the conversation and checking into his phone Super annoying, right Well, I m that guy I didn t realize what it was called until I read Nir Eyal s book but I am a phubber phone snubber As a real estate broker, coach, and father of 6 boys, I am always being distracted by something

  5. says:

    There are some helpful hints and reminders in here that I will be adopting I read a lot of books like this but it s amazing how distractions creep back in and you have to remind yourself to take control of your own time.

  6. says:

    I read Indistractible last weekend in 1 sitting it was really incredible Very thought provoking, packed with lots of action items Really enjoyed it and have already recommended it to multiple people

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    This book is full of interesting studies and facts to help you understand why you are being distracted and gives you simple solutions to help improve how you spend the time you have.I would recommend this to anyone who is struggling with high screen time or work life balance It is really relatable and non judgemental, the author himself admits to falling victim of so many of the struggles

  8. says:

    Simple and quick read covering helpful strategies and tactics for effectively managing attention in an ever distracting world The tips were backed by research data as well as some interesting anecdotes The reason why I m giving it 4 5 because I ve heard and applied most of the tactics discussed in the brook This is not to say that they don t work but I was expecting deeper insights Having s

  9. says:

    I liked Nir s other book, Hooked It is one of my favorite and best product business books ever and also useful for non product people After Hooked taught the whole industry how to build addictive products, Nir is now basically selling the cure The first half of Indistractable is ok, and there is some good general idea on why you are so easily addicted to your smartphone, Facebook, etc However,

  10. says:

    SpoilersInteresting read, lots of tips to avoid distraction although nothing new but I guess I m not the average reader, working in ICT.I wonder though why people think blocking your agenda to make time for your life goals or most important things to do makes any sense Apparently, they don t work 8 hours a day for a boss with at least 30 minutes lunch required , or have no real commute time, or

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