Modern technology is extraordinary.
After all, without the advancements that have been made over the last 50 years, you wouldn’t be reading this post!
This is exactly why, when asked what has brought the biggest improvements to our lives, four-in-ten Americans said “technology”.
But we’ve reached a critical juncture.
There’s so much technology now. I would dare to say there’s even too many apps, pieces of software, and gadgets we’re using.
From different teams in an organization all using varying project management software, to spreading important information that really should be hosted in one place across a multitude of platforms, using too much software in the workplace can make things incredibly confusing. Not to mention overwhelming.
In reality, we could all do with a digital declutter, using only the essential applications, and ensure we’re utilizing those applications (such as Process Street!) intelligently.
This, in a nutshell, is digital minimalism – and it’s what I’ll deep dive into during the following sections:
- What is digital minimalism?
- The authority on digital minimalism: Cal Newport
- The benefits of being a digital minimalist
- How to become a digital minimalist yourself
- Best practices for the digital declutter process
- Use Process Street – your all-in-one BPM solution
Ready to take back control of your work and life with digital minimalism, feel less like a robot, and even find a little zen along the way?