Tech is distracting and addictive, but it doesn’t have to be

We’ve introduced technology to every aspect of our lives to improve it, but sometimes it feels like it’s doing the exact opposite. We’re constantly being bombarded with work emails, funny cat videos and loud app notifications. It’s almost like we’re no longer in control and that we just react to whatever technology tells us to do. However, there’s a way to put technology back in its place, says Nir Eyal who spoke at the TNW Conference in Amsterdam. Eyal is the author of Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products where he wrote how successful companies subtly encourage customer behavior. In…

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