Strengthening of mental focus
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Monica Bormetti is a psychologist and mindfulness trainer specialising in digital well-being.
She founded Smart Break, which aims to help people have less stress and more time in this age when people tend to be always connected.
Monica works on two main goals:
Helping people manage digital distractions increases work effectiveness and job satisfaction
Increasing work-life balance in increasingly digitized work contexts.
She gives speeches for companies and training through workshops on these topics.
Monica Bormetti has been writing for magazines and newspapers steadily since 2018 on topics related to the psychological impact of technology.
Monica specialises in digital wellbeing and digital detox, here are the topics she covers.
How to find a balance in one's digital habits? Difficult but necessary today, let's see how to do it starting with small changes.
There is more and more research on extending our minds beyond the brain. Here we explore how to extend our intelligence through digital.
Working in the hybrid age
We are in the age of documanity in which digital documents are staples of work and sometimes overwhelm us. Let us instead see how we can flourish in hybrid work.
Social ties in the digital age
Weak ties, fundamental to our well-being and progress, are affected by digital processes. Let's see how to take care of them between work and home.
The idea of work-life balance is not the same for everyone: there are those who tend to separate home and work and those who tend to integrate them. Let's see how to do both.
Strengthen your mental focus
Focus is the superpower of the 21st century and knowledge workers are increasingly losing it in fragmented work contexts. Let's see how to strengthen one's focus.