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Simple ideas to help you tame your toxic tech habits so you can thrive in the digital world.

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Technology has seeped into every aspect of our lives, blurring the lines between our work and personal lives. We now check our phones in bed (and the bathroom, it’s called ‘toilet tweeting’), accept work calls at the dinner table and send emails at all hours of the day and night.

Our attention at work is constantly under attack because of the endless pings of emails, the dings from team message boards, social media notifications and calendar alerts and reminders, just to name a few.

We’ve developed toxic technology habits that are not only having a negative impact on our health and wellbeing, but also compromising our productivity.

Our digital infatuation is impacting our physical and mental health and wellbeing. Our tech habits can cause:
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Chronic sleep-deprivation

Computer vision syndrome (dry eyes)

Myopia (nearsightedness)

Musculoskeletal issues from poor ergonomics such as ‘tech-neck’ and ‘text claw’

Noise-induced hearing loss and pedestrian safety due to our headphone habits

Increased stress, anxiety and other mental health disorders.

Ironically, the technological tools that were designed to boost our productivity, are now impeding our performance and output at work. Many of us admit to constantly multi-tasking and our attention is hijacked by alerts and notifications. Poor digital habits can adversely impact our productivity in the following ways:

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Reduced opportunities for uninterrupted ‘deep work’

Increased error rates from multi-tasking

Poor memory retention

Declined performance from physiological stress response (I’ll explain why many of us suffer from email apnoea!)

Absence of ‘white space’ for creativity and ideation

Do you want to discover just how much your digital habits are impacting your wellbeing and performance?

Take my quick quiz

But it doesn't need to be this way. We don’t need to be a slave to our screens. We don’t need to be tethered to our technology! Nor do we need to digitally-amputate ourselves, or go on digital detoxes.

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Instead, we need to learn how we can control our technology habits, so we’re a master (not a slave) to the screen.

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I can help you find healthy, helpful and sustainable tech habits that won’t compromise your health or productivity. In fact, these habits will optimise your health and wellbeing and bolster your output at work.

That’s why I’ve developed an eCourse called
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This eCourse has been carefully designed to support your health and wellbeing in our highly digitised workplace and lifestyle. The masterclass is based on cutting-edge research from neuroscience, psychology and technology, yet it’s highly practical and has simple, realistic solutions to help you turn your toxic tech habits into more sustainable habits. The self-paced eCourse is comprised of six modules that help users develop productive and healthy technology habits.

Provides practical advice and immediately actionable strategies to help you tame your tech habits and boost your productivity and performance at work and home (without suggesting that you ban your phone or go ‘laptopless’).

Can be purchased by individuals, or site licences can be arranged for workplaces wanting to offer the course to multiple staff at a discounted rate.

Can also be included in one of my Corporate Digital Wellbeing Packages that includes Kristy presenting an in-person Lunch and Learn seminar and access to this eCourse.

Investment

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Individual users

$199 +GST

Site licence

From $1500+GST
  • Email info@drkristygoodwin.com with the subject 'Taming Your Tech Habits Masterclass' enquiry.

(Note all prices are in Australian dollars and exclude GST. When you sign up you will automatically be added to my email list where I'll send you monthly (or thereabouts) updates.)

Kristy has delivered this content to corporate clients including:

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What’s included in the

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6 self-paced modules (the course involves 3 hours of video content in total and each module can be consumed either as a video or audio if you’d prefer)

Each module is delivered as a video (there’s an audio to download if you’d prefer to just listen)

Each module has an accompanying PDF Summary Sheet with the key points from each module for easy reference (as most of us now have ‘digital dementia’ and cannot commit things to memory)

Online quizzes to personally assess your health and wellbeing and assess whether you’re ‘addicted’ to your phone

A certificate of completion

Masterclass Content

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Module 1- Digital Health 101

// Impact of tech on your physical health- vision, hearing, posture and WiFi exposure
// Impact of tech on your mental health- overwhelm, stress, anxiety

 

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Module 2- Are screens sabotaging your sleep?

// Why sleep is vital
// How screens are compromising our sleep
// Practical solutions for developing healthy sleep habits in a digital age

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Module 3- Maximising Your Digital Health and Wellbeing

// Simple ideas to boost your health and wellbeing in the digital age
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Breathing techniques
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Mindfulness
// The importance of white space and green time

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Module 4- Disabling Digital Distractions

// Smart ways to manage smart technologies
// How to build a fortress around your focus
// Greyscale
// Disabling alerts and notifications
// Setting up autoresponders
// Using email signatures, Do Not Disturb function
// Monitor and limit your screen habits with Screen Time or Digital Wellbeing tools

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Module 5- Tweaking Your Tech Habits

// Ideas to develop healthy and helpful tech habits
// How to create new habits
// Proximity strategy
// Setting boundaries
// Using digital tools to enhance performance and output

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Module 6- Optimising Your Digital Productivity

// Power up your productivity
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General productivity principles
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How to leverage technology so it’s a help, not a hindrance at work through batching, tech tools, email productivity tools, cognitive offloading, music, Pomodoro technique, Pareto principle

About Dr Kristy

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Dr Kristy Goodwin is a digital wellbeing and productivity expert. She writes, researches and speaks about how technology is impacting on our physical health, mental wellbeing and productivity. Kristy is regularly called on by the media for her expert opinion about how digitalised childhoods and lifestyles are impacting kids’ teens’ and adults health, learning and performance. She has spoken at conferences and workplaces throughout Australia and internationally. Her previous clients include Apple, Optus, McDonalds, the National Broadband Network, Westfield and Bank of Queensland. Kristy translates the latest research, from a range of disciplines, into practical and realistic advice for people wanting to know how to tame their tech habits...without proposing ‘digital abstinence’. Dr Kristy is on a mission to help people develop healthy and helpful technology habits so we can thrive in the digital world.

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How it works

  • After you’ve signed up (or if your company has purchased an organisational licence for you to access the masterclass), you’ll receive instructions via email about how to access the online content.
  • All of the content is stored in a membership hub and  you can access it anywhere, anytime.
  • The eCourse is self-paced, so you can work through it at your own pace. Each module is released once you’ve completed previous modules.
  • You don’t require specific software- just an Internet connection.
  • You can stop and start and re-visit the content as many times as you’d like.
  • You have lifetime access to the course materials.
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