5 Ways to Have a Healthier Relationship with Your Phone

Don’t let a tiny screen play the largest role in your life.

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Many of my clients have tried — and succeeded — in “breaking up” with their phones. Not a full on never-see-you-again break up, but a move away from codependency and reliance. They each, in their own way, felt like their phone was in charge of their life. They each wanted…

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Jason R. Waller

Jason R. Waller

Executive coach to passionate CEOs and leaders. Founder, speaker, combat veteran, and ex-consultant. Top writer in Leadership. www.jasonrwaller.com

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