Just the tip: delete any logins your browser, computer, tablet, and phone already have stored. Then, when you log in to something next time and you’re asked if you’d like to have those credentials saved, say no.
I got a new MacBook Pro five months ago and, on a whim, decided I’d try this… in an attempt to cut down on wasted movement. Things like: checking emails nonstop, looking at traffic stats, refreshing sales numbers, aimlessly scrolling through social media feeds, etc.
Whaddya know: it worked. Just that extra bit of “activation energy” standing in the way of my “quick fixes” dramatically cut down on ’em. Seems silly, I know. But remember: small hinges, big doors. This tip will make you more money.
Plus, it keeps my brain turned on. I can’t just stand here like a zombie, goin’ through the motions – when I do need to log in to something, I actually have to think. Weird, right?
And, who knows, maybe it’s a bit safer if your sh*t gets stolen.