Conquering Digital Distraction

June 2015 HBR Cover

Given all the ways that technology imposes demands on our time, we forget that digital tools are actually supposed to make our lives easier. And used correctly, they can. From my two decades researching how people use technology, I’ve learned that it’s not only possible to fight fire with fire—it’s essential.

That’s the argument I make in the June issue of The Harvard Business Review, where I go toe-to-toe with psychologist Larry Rosen. Read the whole story here.

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