Review ARC – Indistractable by Nir Eyal

Title- Indistractable

Author – Nir Eyal

Publisher – Bloomsbury

Genre – Self help

Pages – 400

My Rating – 3.5/5

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Today nobody will deny that we have become overloaded with data to toxic levels and we consume so much trash of data daily, which we will never use.
Continuous distractions lead to reduced productivity, creativity and family life

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We miss so much in an effort to avoid missing out on alleged important stuff.

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Author covers wide range of topics and examples. Your kid and you, you and your spouse, first hour of your office, teenager, gamer and children.

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He describes his theory about saving oneself from distractions. Author emphasises that digital distractions are not the only distractions. There are whole lot of other triggers and distractions.

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Putting your cellphone away will not solve the problems. Author specifically focuses on management of smartphone.

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There are science experiments and examples from applied psychology. Author has minute focus on every fine aspect of our focus and various distractions acting over it.

I liked this book because of its simplicity and practical knowledge.
Looking forward to read , hooked also written by same author.

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Thanks netgalley and publisher for review copy.

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