create a user profile on your phone

Episode 050: Make a Personal Profile for Your Phone

Welcome back to another installment of the Do Weekly Podcast! We’re learning stuff again this week, y’all! “Learning what,” you ask? Maybe don’t tell people to burn in hell, especially if they’re your friend IRL. Oh and that reminds me, this week’s podcast is sponsored by “Never Burn Bridges” because you never know when you might need the help of someone you gravely insulted. Now, let’s get to our show notes!

Last week’s challenge!

We talked about stress management and doing something to take care of your mental health. Did you do the challenge?

Stress can do a number of things to our body and mind from vomiting, heart palpitations, hair loss and more. So make time for yourself.

If you’re stressed out, you’re not alone. Here’s a good thread on Reddit about the emotional toll of running a business.

Did you do it? We want to know! Tell us!!!

Next Week’s Challenge

This one’s a little tricky but pretty cool. This week our challenge is to create a user profile on your smartphone just for personal use. No business apps!

Our phones are our primary means of doing business in today’s world. We’re always on our phones in some way or other and the usage is exacerbated when we’re also using it for business communications.

One of our friends, Nathan Tyler, mentioned that he has a personal user profile on his phone that has none of his business apps or accounts on it. He noted how it makes it easier to ‘turn off’ when he leaves his work for the day. Nat and I thought that would be a pretty darn good idea.

Note: This works great for Android users, since you can setup multiple users per device. However, iOS does NOT provide multiple user support at this time. So, iPhone and iPad users are out of luck in this challenge. The only work around is to buy another phone 🤣but who has the time or money for that? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

As always, don’t forget to leave us that gushy 5-star review on Apple Podcasts on Apple Podcasts. And remember, kids, keep it simple and most importantly Keep it Doable!

Photo by Neil Soni on Unsplash

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