According to studies conducted by GlobalWebIndex, people spend about 2 hours and 22 minutes per day on social networking and messaging platforms. And it’s only increasing every year. (In 2012, the average time spent was 1.5 hrs.)
We’re getting continuously distracted…and spending too much time observing others, while focusing less on ourselves.
The vast majority of this information is useless…and the barrage of data is transforming us into jacks of all trades (and masters of none).
Social media is good, but try cutting your activity in half. Then you can use the “extra” time to work towards becoming a master of one.
In today’s digital age, masters of one are rewarded handsomely. More importantly, you’ll discover newfound clarity in your life.