Internet Competence Guide
Are you an easily distracted online consumer who’s constantly circling the depths of the virtual world not knowing what you’re doing? Do you secretly wish to escape the degenerating online loopholes trying to sabotage your existence and seek ways to improve your relationship with the online world?
Well, then, this actionable handbook might be for you.
In this handbook, I’m going to help you transform your online consumption from degenerating to useful. Addictive to meaningful. Time-wasting to really quite very remarkably productive. I’ll turn you into a conscious internet user with goals and ambitions.
Because, let’s face it, everything is happening online these days. And while the majority of the population is sharing memes and liking pictures on social media, there are others who use their Wi-Fi connection to learn and to earn. It’s up to you to decide on which side of the equation you want to be.
How the content can help?
Here’s a list of the things you will learn in this guide:
- You will learn how to gain from the free knowledge shared online.
- You will learn how to make rational decisions when you are near a device connected to the internet.
- You will finally realize what you want to become when you grow up.
- You will learn how to make time for the things that matter.
- You will plan your days in advance and learn how to effectively take notes.
- You will ditch your nasty online habits and use the content online to make progress on your goals.
All in all, my goal is to shift your perspective and show you that the internet is a tool, not a sophisticated video game where everything you do should be fun. If you are eager to learn and make some adjustments in your life, this eBook is just for you.
Why this guide exists?
The internet is this never-ending rabbit hole where, without exaggerating, lies the whole wisdom of our race.
But instead of plugging our brains into high-quality sources of information; Taking the time to read what real experts have to say, not some flashy YouTubers with fancy haircuts, we spend our time arguing with others on topics we don’t really understand.
In this short (around 120 pages), punchy, rebellious handbook I’ll teach you how to stop procrastinating while online. How to stop associating your Wi-Fi connection with cats, and pictures of food. How to prevent filling every second of your life with quick-cut videos of dancing teenagers.
How to get it?
There are two ways to get your hands on this guide: You can become a supporting member and get the guide with the membership. Or, you can purchase the handbook independently. Both options give access to the same information. The only difference is that with the membership you also get also access to my ever-growing library of book summaries. Plus, there is a difference in the price.