http://www.vault.com/blog/workplace...-your-productivity-at-work-even-when-its-off/ https://medium.com/darius-foroux/smartphones-harm-your-productivity-more-than-you-think-62e105655992 https://www.cbsnews.com/news/your-smartphone-is-making-you-a-workplace-slacker/ If I'm not wasting time on PMO, I'm wasting time on social media, news, chatting, surfing, etc. Being free from PMO is not necessarily being free from smartphone/internet addiction. It's killing my productivity at work. I can easily see how a recent study showed participants became more productive the further their phone was physically away from them. The scary thing is, the participants who were least productive and had their phones next to them said their phone did not affect their productivity, when it obviously did. So they didn't even know they were being less productive. They were being deceived. I decided to keep my smartphone in my car while I'm at work and at home. Going to buy an alarm clock this weekend to keep by my bed. Will report back any insights. We used to call cell phones "mobile phones", things we use when on the move, but my smartphone is increasingly making me immobile. My car is the only place I really need to be mobile with my "mobile device". Anyone have any good smartphone practices?