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Digital Wellbeing is such an important topic at this time. Digital technologies can have a significant impact on our physiology and our emotional and mental wellbeing.

In this fascinating conversation with Behavioural Scientist, Dr Heidi Forbes Oste, Neil Wilkins discusses how to avoid technology toxicity and to embrace and balance digital technologies in life and work.

Dr Heidi Forbes Oste is a Digital Wellbeing and Ethics Advisor. She is a behavioural scientist, researcher and host of the Evolving Digital Self and Global Nomad Hacks podcasts. Heidi is also a #1 best selling Author with titles such as Digital Self Mastery, and is a sought after speaker at host of global events.

Whilst discussing the topic of DIGITAL WELLBEING, I ask Heidi questions such as:

You interview and talk to many people. What are the trends right now?

“Healing the toxic relationships with technology” tell me more…?

With lockdown and social distancing, how are people overcoming the challenges?

Your research into the human relationship with technology?

How is research and higher ethics contributing to digital change in business?

How do you see the impact of AI impacting on human wellbeing?

You talk a lot about sustainability. In the area of digital wellbeing, how does sustainability fit and contribute?

Talk about your co-founding research centre in France, where you are looking into best practice working and living environments and their impact on productivity, human connectedness and wellbeing.

So what first steps can someone watching or listening to this, take to improve their relationship with technology.

You can enjoy more from Heidi through her podcasts: Evolving Digital Self Global Nomad Hacks

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