Podcast with Nir Eyal

Nir Eyal on becoming in-distractable, why technology isn’t the problem, and how to win back time.

THE EPISODE

On this episode we had the chance to interview best-selling author Nir Eyal.⁠

Besides being the author of two best-sellers, Nir taught at Stanford and continues to write and consult about the intersection of psychology and technology. Sounds about the right guy for an interview by Team Stolp, right?

⁠⁠In this 30' conversation, Nir shares his tactics to become in-distractable, spend more time on the things we love, why technology isn't the only reason we can't focus, and much more!

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THE EPISODE

On this episode we had the chance to interview best-selling author Nir Eyal.⁠

Besides being the author of two best-sellers, Nir taught at Stanford and continues to write and consult about the intersection of psychology and technology. Sounds about the right guy for an interview by Team Stolp, right?⁠⁠

In this 30' conversation, Nir shares his tactics to become in-distractable, spend more time on the things we love, why technology isn't the only reason we can't focus, and much more!

The opposite of traction is distraction. Anything that pulls you away from what you plan to do, anything that is not in accordance with your values and puts you away from the kind of person you want to become.

Nir Eyal

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“When the retreat is ending and I give them back their phones, all of them react: "I'm not sure I want it back." It happens many times because they are so much enjoying this feeling of disconnection that they want to keep it longer.

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