The single most problematic issue facing people in this century is the deluge of distractions available to us at the touch of a button.
There are two paths before each of us.
Either we rely on willpower, allowing ourselves to be surrounded by dozens and dozens of stimuli and hoping we can simply get the things we consider important done without get sidetracked every few moments.
The second option is a purposeful restructuring of our environments.
Create spaces at home, at work, and especially in our tech environments such as our phones that allow us to be in control, instead of the other way around.
Whether you want to read more, game more, get more work done, or simply have more focus for friends and loved ones, creating an environment that helps you focus instead of leading to ever more distraction is key.
In the end, there really is only one logical choice.