Help Us! Tell Us Your Optimal Phone Setup.

Coach Tony
Oct 17, 2018 · 1 min read

We’d like to hear from you about your optimal phone setup. How do you make sure your phone helps your productivity and health?

On Monday we published our longest article ever, 18k words, covering every tip, trick and hack on how to setup an iPhone if you care about improving your productivity and health.

That’s the length of half a book! But I’m sure it’s not enough and that there are more tricks and tips out there. Importantly, what are the special things you can only do on an Android?

Here’s what I’d like you to do. (Please)

If you haven’t already, read our article for optimizing your phone and clap for it. Yes! Please do clap for it because your claps help other people see the article. And I want more people to know how many details go into truly living a productive life.

And yes, that article is iPhone specific — but the ideas in it work for any phone.

So, whatever phone you own, we want to hear from you. Take a look at the article above. Did we get it right? Do you do anything differently?

  • What do you do to avoid interruptions?
  • What app has had the biggest positive impact on your health?
  • What story does your home screen tell? If you have an interesting wallpaper or app organization strategy, post a screenshot here.
  • Which apps help the most with your productivity?

One last time, read this article, clap for it, share your tips in the responses.

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    Better Humans

    Better Humans is a collection of the world's most trustworthy writing on human potential and self improvement by coaches, academics, and aggressive self-experimenters. Articles are based on deep personal experience, science, and research. No fluff, book reports, or listicles.