The Distraction Free iPhone

Curtis McHale posted a review of a Medium article by Jake Knapp on going six years with a distraction free iPhone. I think the most important bit from the article is Knapp’s realization that a distraction free iPhone is a competitive advantage.

Here’s the thing: When I stopped instantly reacting to everyone else’s priorities, I got better at making time for the projects I believed were most important—even if they weren’t urgent or nobody was asking for them. I invested effort in documenting and promoting my design sprint process. And, after a lifetime of putting it off till “someday,” I finally started writing, eventually publishing two books.

I think I want something like this, but I’m not sure. I’m going to keep thinking about this.

December 23, 2018

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