It’s good to Unplug…

Mobile Tip: ‘Meeting Mode’ – not just for meetings…

With all the technologies and apps available these days, although they give us huge communication and resourcing advantage, it is increasingly hard to focus and not be interrupted.

If you notice this about your day-to-day activities, don’t worry most devices can be silenced or put in some sort of ‘meeting mode’ giving you that well needed creative or productive time too yourself.

What if I miss something urgent and important? Fear not – with some, you won’t miss those urgent calls as most have features to tackle this problem. Being an iPhones user I find that the ‘Do Not Disturb’ feature very helpful as, when activated, it gives me the benefit of silencing my alert tones and ringers for a scheduled time frame and it screens my calls letting only calls from my chosen list ring through – all other numbers won’t ring unless they call twice within three minutes (could be urgent).

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Android’s ‘Lollipop’ OS has ‘Priority Mode’.

Features like these when use creatively can give you that much needed quiet time and help keep you on track and focused.

Have a look at your device’s option to see what features it has that you can benefit from.

Or… Simply unplug and disconnect for a while.

#DRGNFLY360 #unplug #disconnect #concentrate #Focus #success #life #mindset #work

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3 responses to “It’s good to Unplug…

  1. You really make it appear so easy together with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something which I think I might by no means understand.

    It sort of feels too complex and very wide for me.

    I’m having a look ahead in your subsequent submit, I
    will attempt to get the cling of it!

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    • Thanks for your comment.

      Before I respond I wanted to ask you what it is that you find complex?

      Is it the idea of unplugging every now-and-again or utilising device features to give you time to be productive, relax or be creative?

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    • Hi Elissa,

      I just wanted to follow-up to see how you’re going with this?

      If you have questions or would like help forming solutions that work for you, I’m happy to help.

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