There’s no doubt about it:
We’re addicted to technology.
And not the “lol I’m addicted to tacos” kind of addiction.
I’m talking about a serious, productivity-draining, health-endangering, happiness-stealing addiction.
With every passing day, we are being sucked into a changing digital world that impacts EVERY part of our lives.
The worst part?
Most people just go along for the ride.
Notifications every second
A sore thumb
Mountains of emails
... you get the point.
Heck, if your room was as messy as your digital life, you wouldn’t be able to even step in the room.
But all of that is about to end.
While you probably aren’t fully aware of it, your digital life is a silent chaos that is wreaking havoc on every area of your life.
Think about it for a second:
Unlike having a messy room where YOU’RE the one controlling the mess coming in, your digital mess is an entirely different animal.
Your digital mess will keep accumulating whether you like it or not.
In the time you’ve been reading this, you’ve probably already received 3-4 messages and a handful of emails.
And that’s just the external barrage you’re facing.
What about the emails and new information you actually want to keep - and have easily accessible?
If you dive beyond your phone’s home screen, with dozens of unused apps and a chicken pox level of red notification dots...
.. it opens up a whole layer of new problems:
With each website having different password requirements , you end up with 25 versions of that ONE password you’ve been using since high school. The one that is super easy for people to hack.
Then, there’s the whole backup issue, because you secretly know that if your computer got a nasty virus or your phone was stolen you’d be, well... screwed.
And on top of all that, there’s the fact that you spend so much time dinking around on your computer, trying to find that one stupid file that you could SWEAR was in that one folder...
All of that chaos comes at a cost - to your productivity, your health, and your happiness.
Whether you like it or not, the endless flood of digital mess and disorganization is taking a toll on your subconscious (and maybe conscious) mind almost every day.
In fact, research has shown that our digital interactions are not only distracting us and destroying our productivity…
They’re also making us less happy, less healthy, and less grounded.
Plus, with so much digital noise around us, even if you tried “cleaning it up” in one sitting, you know that you’d just be facing the same unruly mess a few weeks later.
Where can you even begin to turn things around?
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL GET WHEN YOU TAKE THE COURSE:
By the end of this course, you’re going to have mastered our 4 step Digital Decluttering method to put an end to your digital madness.
Step 1: Ideal state
Here, you will learn the ‘Digital Decluttering’ best practice for each area of your digital life, and then customize it to meet your personal needs and preferences.
This is where digital mindfulness comes in — deciding upfront the where, when, and how of your technology use.
In this section, you will learn how to:
Take a machete to your incoming emails and FINALLY eliminate unnecessary email noise
Silence the endless digital distractions so that you can quickly enter a deep work state
Slice the amount of time you spend on answering emails in half
Step 2: Declutter
In this step, you will be guided through a process to finally let go of and delete old files, apps, and services that no longer serve your Future State.
Declutter old, spam, or inactive email accounts
Purge hundreds of old contact entries
Scrub your desktop and phone free from unnecessary apps and files
Throw out old legacy hardware like USBs and hard drives
Step 3: Systematize
You will set up a new, robust, and cloud-based system to get you to your Future State. This system will encourage your desired behaviors, and leverage automation when possible.
Consolidate your email accounts into a single, easy to handle interface
Set up auto-back ups for your devices, apps, documents, and photos
Set up a cloud-based Digital Zen calendar for massive time savings and total self-accountability
Designate a single cloud-based home for each area of your digital life - documents, photos, passwords, videos, and more!
Step 4: Implement
This the technical part of getting your system up and fully functional, transferring any files as needed.
Do any remaining file cleanup or final housekeeping, migrate old files to your new, cloud based system
Finally organize all of your media and music files
In other words, this is a proven SYSTEM that you can revisit at any time.
But unlike other digital minimalism resources, this course is extremely tactical.
Not only do we help you to re-establish your relationship with technology to decrease the “flow” of information coming in...
... but we also hold your hand and show you how to get your current mess under control.
Less overwhelm, and much more peace of mind.
MEET YOUR DIGITAL ZEN INSTRUCTORS:
MEET YOUR DIGITAL ZEN INSTRUCTORS:
Jonathan Levi is a serial entrepreneur, published author, award-winning podcaster, and keynote speaker. His blockbuster online courses in the fields of productivity, lifehacking, and accelerated learning have earned him over 220,000 students worldwide.
For decades, Jonathan has been obsessed with how to best use technology to get the most out of his life, his time, and his energy. Through rigorous trial and error, and through his interactions with other top experts, he has become an authority on leveraging technology automation to enhanced productivity and focus.
In recent years, Jonathan has begun to leverage his vast knowledge of learning and online education to help other top thought leaders share their knowledge with the world.
Maya Yizhaky is a digital wellness coach and impact entrepreneur. Her work explores sacred living in the modern age, looking at how we design our lives and scale our impact.
Maya developed the Digital Zen method to help people establish a more intentional and beneficial relationship with their technology, and improve the quality of how we work, live, and connect. This comprehensive, step by step methodology uses practical digital decluttering and digital mindfulness techniques to help people take back control of their digital lives.
With a background in business and international development, Maya has extensive experience in strategy and leadership advisory for multinational corporations, international development institutions, and technology start-ups.
It’s Time To Finally Get Your Digital Life In Order
It’s no wonder you’re feeling overwhelmed by your digital mess...
Companies are spending BILLIONS of dollars PER YEAR to make our technology as addictive as possible.
The result is an endless flood of information, hitting us from every angle, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
It’s time to stop letting technology run your life — let’s get you running your technology.
What kind of background information do I need to succeed in this course?
There is no "background information" required to complete this course, but users should be proficient with basic computer and smartphone use. If you're able to browse to this webpage and read this, you're probably more than qualified.
How long does the course take?
We encourage students to finish the digital decluttering process in 30 days as a 'digital zen' challenge month. You can do it in less time depending on how much time you have to dedicate to the process, and how much clutter you have to sort through!
Can I cancel my SuperHuman Squad membership at any time if I decide to go that route?
100% — you’re just one email away from canceling your subscription if you’re unhappy for any reason.
What is your refund policy?
Monthly subscribers can cancel at any time by emailing our email@example.com. Unfortunately, we cannot refund payments that have already been processed. However, if you buy our annual plan and aren’t happy, just email us within 30 days - we’ll refund everything but your first month.
Will I still be able to buy Digital Zen for lifetime access if I don’t want to join the SuperHuman Squad All Access Pass?
Yes! If you’d rather just have lifetime access to one course, you can still Digital Zen individually.
How often will you add new courses to the library?
Our goal is to add at least 3-4 new courses per year valued at approximately $1,500
If I own a product in the library, will I still have access to it now that it's a part of the squad?
Yes! If you purchased a course before, you have lifetime access to that course. Subscribing to the All-Access Pass will not impact your lifetime access in any way.
I am naturally organised digitally but not as much as I would like. This course gave me very good ideas how to improve that. follow the steps guys and you feel the difference especially turning off all the notification.