Back to Statistics, Facts, and Figures Index Organizing Statistics, Facts, and Figures Are you a phone fanatic? If so, your productivity may be suffering! by Maria Gracia Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest Statistics, Facts, and Figures are available. At the end of the day, are you sometimes surprised how little got done…and you wonder where the time went? You were really busy, yet your TO DO list is still there. Not only is it not crossed off, you’ve actually added to it! A related shocking statistic is that we are checking our phones some 1,050 times a week! It’s no wonder that we are running around like the proverbial chicken with its head cut off! According to a study by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, the average phone user checks their phone around 150 times per day or around every six minutes or 10 times in an hour. Good grief. Here are ways to reduce your phone time and increase your productivity: Wear a watch. Many of the times that you check your phone, you are checking the time. When you check the time, you also see various notices of messages or calls and you just can’t resist them. Wearing a watch stops you from checking your phone as often. Turn off email notifications. Don’t have your phone set to ding or vibrate when you get an incoming email. Each time it does, you know you are going to check. Email is seldom an emergency. If it was an emergency, they’d call you. Check email at scheduled times, instead of all day long. Charge it in the kitchen. Instead of having your phone bedside, where you end up reading into the night when you should be getting sleep, charge it in the kitchen. Go back to using a clock by your bed. Unplug for projects. Turn your phone to silent for an hour and concentrate on your tasks. Set your phone alarm for one hour. The alarm will ring, even if the phone is on silence. When the alarm rings, check and return messages. Back to Statistics, Facts, and Figures Index
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Are you a phone fanatic?

If so, your productivity

may be suffering

by Maria Gracia Join our newsletter to be notified when the newest Statistics, Facts, and Figures are available. At the end of the day, are you sometimes surprised how little got done…and you wonder where the time went? You were really busy, yet your TO DO list is still there. Not only is it not crossed off, you’ve actually added to it! A related shocking statistic is that we are checking our phones some 1,050 times a week! It’s no wonder that we are running around like the proverbial chicken with its head cut off! According to a study by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, the average phone user checks their phone around 150 times per day or around every six minutes or 10 times in an hour. Good grief. Here are ways to reduce your phone time and increase your productivity: Wear a watch. Many of the times that you check your phone, you are checking the time. When you check the time, you also see various notices of messages or calls and you just can’t resist them. Wearing a watch stops you from checking your phone as often. Turn off email notifications. Don’t have your phone set to ding or vibrate when you get an incoming email. Each time it does, you know you are going to check. Email is seldom an emergency. If it was an emergency, they’d call you. Check email at scheduled times, instead of all day long. Charge it in the kitchen. Instead of having your phone bedside, where you end up reading into the night when you should be getting sleep, charge it in the kitchen. Go back to using a clock by your bed. Unplug for projects. Turn your phone to silent for an hour and concentrate on your tasks. Set your phone alarm for one hour. The alarm will ring, even if the phone is on silence. When the alarm rings, check and return messages. Back to Organizing Statistics, Facts, and Figures Index
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