This isn't about tossing away our phones. Far from it. For our electronic devices are amazing. But that’s the problem, they’re too amazing. We can’t take our eyes off of our screens. We now, on average, spend 2 hours and 51 minutes per day looking at our phones. Over the course of one year this equates to 43 days, almost a month and a half, primarily surrendered to distraction.
And this is just one of many examples of how our electronic devices are distracting, stealing focus, preventing us from being at our productive best, often at the expense of family, friends, jobs and even health.
Jeff’s presentation details his own struggles with screen distractions, in a manner that is both informative and entertaining, with the ultimate intent of raising awareness to how intrusive our electronic devices have become to the alarming extent that instead of us controlling them, they are now controlling us. Jeff uses his 20 plus years as a nationally touring stand-up comedian to deliver an impactful, motivating and entertaining presentation that helps us understand what we're up against in rescuing our attentions from our screens.
About Our Speaker:
Jeff is a speaker, comedian and writer.
He, while based out of Denver, Colorado’s Comedy Works, has toured the nation for more than 20 years working the comedy club and corporate circuit. Along the way he has performed on some of comedy’s biggest stages – Red Rocks, Las Vegas Strip, Great American Comedy Festival – and with some of comedy’s biggest names – Martin Short, Brian Regan, Jim Gaffigan and more.
He also uses his stage abilities to tour North America speaking about one of today’s most relevant topics - digital distraction. His keynote address at the Alaska Recreation and Park Association’s annual conference prompted Conference Chair, Michael Bork, to write: “Jeff brought energy, humor, and very relevant information; perfect for our association! I would recommend Jeff for any audience, any venue, any profession: people need to hear his message!"
Jeff’s articles have appeared in more than 40 publications including ESPN’s active.com and the prestigious Explorer Club’s Explorers Journal.