@ the Affordable Art Fair 2018

The title immediately got us curious – what could it be ? And the article made every kind of sense – coming from an instructor from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. It’s all about responsibility and accountability to oneself.

 

“As parents, we all want to raise kids who are smart and focused, especially in a world where digital distraction seems to be inescapable. (Even tech titans like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates have strategies for limiting their children’s screen time.)

 

Why? Because in the future, there will be two kinds of people in the world: Those who let their attention and lives be controlled and coerced by others and those who proudly call themselves “indistractable.”

 

Becoming indistractable is the most important skill for the 21st century — and it’s one that many parents fail to teach their kids. After years of studying the intersection of psychology, technology and how we engage with it, one of the biggest mistakes I see parents making is not empowering their kids with the autonomy to control their own time.”

 

By Nir Eyal for CNBC’s Make It. 

 

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