In “Life Scale,” Brian Solis teaches you how to tackle the struggles of living in a world of digital distractions, and helps overcome the unforeseen consequences of living a digital life to break away from diversions, focus on what’s important, spark newfound creativity, and unlock new possibilities.
Take a time to read this book. Do not rush. Take time to think, to digest and implement the tools you are given. I was mesmerized with a feeling that someone is thinking the same way as me and using many practices as I do. And this is not just someone random person – it is Brian Solis.
I am happy to say that Solis’ book Lifescale: How to Live a More Creative, Productive and Happy Life is a terrific (and beautifully designed) book, chock full of nuggets of wisdom and actionable ideas that will, in my opinion, become a touchstone for this period of time in our internet lives. Highly recommended. Also, to readers reading this review: Stop looking at your phone 63 times a day, it’s killing your brain and in intangible ways your career, your spirit and quite possibly relationships.
“Life Scale” is more than just a sermon too unplug. Solis helps put real life and technology into true perspective in an easy-to-read book that is full of clever graphics, inspiring quotes and exercises that I’m looking forward to putting into action.
About the Author: Heralded as one of the ‘top 10 people to know in Silicon Valley’, and considered “one of the most important thought leaders of our time,” Brian Solis shares his vision, research and experiences through keynotes at conferences and events worldwide to help people understand and embrace the dynamics defining the rise of digital transformation, innovation, connected consumerism and digital lifestyles. He is consistently ranked as one of the top speakers at some of the biggest events around the world including the Telstra Digital Summit in Australia, BDL Accelerate in Beirut, SXSW in Texas, Le Web in Paris and so many more.
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