Tech & Digital habits
Use tech for good
We love tech and digital communication, but there's no denying that it can often be more distracting than helpful. Redesign your relationship with tech to get the best out of it.
Technology has transformed the way we live, work and communicate. It has brought us wonderful tools to stay more connected than ever - things like email, instant messaging, video conferencing and collaborative tools.
However, we know it's not all sunshine and rainbows. Digital distractions are everywhere:
The average smartphone user checks their device 47 times a day!
85% of smartphone users will check their device while speaking with friends and family.
And we could go on - let's be honest, most of us don't have a particularly healthy relationship with tech and our smartphones.
In this workshop we will explore what makes us so attached, sometimes addicted to our tech. You'll learn about the science behind digital distractions and what you can do to make sure you digital habits align with your personal and professional goals.
You'll learn practical and effective methods to establish a more balanced, productive and healthy relationship with technology. We'll share some cool and effective hacks to use tech for a more productive and effective outcome.
You'll leave the session with a clear, realistic and personalised action plan that you can start putting into practice straight away.
Build a better relationship with technology.
Learn about digital distractions and why become addicted to them.
Have an open discussion about privacy.
Identify your negative tech habits.
Explore techniques for positive tech habits.
Learn powerful tools to use at work & at home.
Use tech for empowering communication
Create a personal plan to keep the benefits going beyond the workshop.
Let's tech about it!
We love tech, we believe it offers so many advantages and possibilities. We can FaceTime our family on the other side of the world, or hold a meeting in Mexico, from the comfort of our home in Christchurch!
Marc, our founder, has always been passionate about tech, but this passion goes beyond tech itself, it's also about how we can build healthy and productive relationships with all this extraordinary tech.
We believe it is possible to enjoy the great things that technology has to offer without letting it overtake our minds and lives. This workshop was born from idea to give people effective and impactful tools to regain control of their use of technology and not the other way around.