Social Media and Deep work

In one of the recent interviews, a Doctor mentioned he won’t let his chIldren sulk in social media but rather would be comfortable of them having Johnie Walker or doing drugs here and then. Is social media really becoming that evil? Sure it makes you addictive. With all new algorithms, the social media companies are playing dirty tricks to your mind without you even realizing how much time you are spending on them and going for aimless wandering targets. Am not trying to be anti social here but if you want to be great at ‘deep work’, such as learning, aiming for promotion, running a business, transitioning to next phase of your career or life, you may need to give up social media. There’s power in actively selecting the trade-offs you want to make.


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