I’m a big fan of my Apple Watch . I don’t even have the most recent version, I’m still wearing a Series 4, but I still feel like it’s one of the best pieces of technology I’ve ever owned. I actually didn’t think that would be the case until I bought one and started wearing it every day. In fact, I find that it’s probably my most useful productivity tool , especially as someone who works remotely.
Let me explain:
I love my iPhone, I really do. It’s one of the best productivity and communication tools ever. It’s also great for a million other things, which is actually the problem. The Apple Watch, on the other hand (wrist?), is the most personal and yet, least disruptive.
There are three things that my Apple Watch does to help me be more productive, and they aren’t complicated at all. 1. Notifications
Like I said, the iPhone is great for staying in touch, and notifications are a big part of that . The problem is that when I pick up my iPhone to look at a notification, inevitably, there are a bunch of other distractions that take me away from whatever I’m working on. “Look, I just got an email that Amazon has my package out for delivery, that’s cool,” I might think to myself. Or, maybe, “I’ll just see if anything happened on Twitter.”
Two hours later…
You can probably relate.In reality, however, there are only a few things I need to be notified of, and […]
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