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14 responses to “Social Media Multi-tasking Worse than Marijuana”

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  7. Stef

    Hi Erik!
    Any info on the influence of Social Media on Company Wellness parameters…? I am thinking of doing a doctorate on this…
    :-0

    1. equalman

      Stef:

      Can you please define Company Wellness parameters so we are on the same page? Then we’ll see if we have come across anything.

      Cheers! @equalman

      1. Stef

        Hi Erik!

        Most companies these days have Health and Wellness programs that look at employees’ productivity, presenteeism and absenteeism, days off sick due to Health concerns and excessive stress and so on :-)

        Alternatively whether social media has been used to increase adherence to exercise/weight loss/ cardiac rehabilitation programs…? I think there should be a good study in there somewhere!

        The downside (after reading your article ) could be that Wellness strategies using Social media platforms might actually decrease productivity and increase presenteeism in the workplace… oeps…

        Love to hear from you!

        1. equalman

          Stef:

          Your comment:

          “Alternatively whether social media has been used to increase adherence to exercise/weight loss/ cardiac rehabilitation programs…? I think there should be a good study in there somewhere!”

          Agreed that this would make a great case study! If we come across one let us know and we’ll do the same!!

  8. Garious

    After reading this, I’m seriously considering seeing a shrink to stop my social media addiction. Just how can you do it when your work evolves around it? I do social media for my personal past time and for work that I can no longer set the boundaries between them. I wish I can even unplug from the PC for even just a day. So, I wonder, just how low my IQ is right now with all these multi-tasking stuff I do just to satisfy my love and need for something simply – amazing. Thanks Erik! I guess, unlike marijuana, getting addicted to social media is not a crime (yet).

  9. Promod Sharma | @mActuary

    Thanks for combining different sources into your article, Erik. That’s a great visual too.

    My iPad doesn’t (currently) do multi-tasking and apps fill the screen. This actually helps with productivity. You can only do one thing at a time and switching tasks is a bit of a hassle. Sometimes technology is a blessing :)

  10. equalman

    Kevin:

    I hope the light is at the end of the tunnel my friend! I hope this helps. If it makes you feel better it is a constant battle for all of us.

    Cheers, equalman

  11. Kevin

    This was a much needed post! Multitasking is eating away at my soul. Thanks Erik!