News Feed Eradicator for LinkedIn – The Distraction Saviour
I have been a massive fan of the News Feed Eradicator for Facebook for quite some time.
I loved being able to nip on to Facebook…send my little insignificant post that will change the world and then get back on to the important work that makes me happier and makes my life better. OK, there is a tiny distraction on that Facebook extension – an inspirational quote. Not something I would call a distraction though!
I first heard about the the Facebook News Feed Eradicator on Tim Ferriss’ awesome podcast. I’ve already recommended you check that beauty out. But here is a link to the exact episode that makes the life changing recommendation.
This article would be fairly useless if it didn’t link to the News Feed Eradicator Chrome Extension now wouldn’t it?
Click here now, now…now to check it out, download it and give it a pleasant review.
So, Why Should The Other Social Medias Be Allowed To Distract!?
After a very long time of using this Facebook News Feed Eradicator, I asked why there isn’t one for the other social medias. Especially the one that I end up trawling through for way too long: LinkedIn.
Yes, it’s great to keep up to date with the business world and find any opportunity you can to connect with people.
But, I personally find business more distracting than my personal relationships. I get so excited by technological advancements that most of the articles on there pull me away from the important task I’m on! Not any more! Not with Mr News Feed Eradicator for LinkedIn.
Why Do We Get Distracted?
There is no point playing the blame game as it’s really not your fault that you get distracted. We have a very limited amount of concentration and as soon as it has been drained…it’s gone for the day!
Everything on our screens is made with the full interest of trying to grab our attention. The colour of the boxes, the pictures that appear…everything! You wouldn’t believe the amount of work and split testing that goes into research like this as well.
I can honestly say that they succeed…if you let them! So why not get the upper hand and remove the distractions completely. Remove your news feed and there is no way that those pretty little pictures and words can distract you.
Give it a go, and I promise you won’t look back. As always, please leave a comment and let me know your thoughts! Perhaps you feel a little distraction is good?
All the best,
Jason McNesbitt from the Nesbitt Web Conglomerate