I am curious to know about others’ experience with this topic.
Jake Steiner mentions on several occasions that in order to progress, one should go three hours, uninterrupted, without looking at any screens. Every day.
I would absolutely love to do that in an ideal world. But the reality is, for many of us, that our livelihood relies on being easy to reach on our cellphones.
I’m a freelance musician, and if I go three hours with my phone turned off, I could miss a bunch of calls or texts about potential gigs.
So, I’m wondering, is three consecutive hours of no screens really necessary? Have any of you had success in improving your eyesight without this daily commitment to three consecutive hours of no screens?