— WE CREATE DIGITAL WELLBEING PROGRAMS —
WHAT COULD YOU ACCOMPLISH IF YOU WERE UNDISTRACTIBLE?
Our digital wellness programs help teachers, parents, and professionals thrive in the age of distraction. We facilitate inspiring talks, hands-on workshops, and interactive training programs that help you cultivate a healthier relationship to distractive technology.
CONSULTING & WORKSHOPS
For leaders, teams, and companies looking to reclaim their agendas and productivity from distraction.
Specialized coaching for families and adults who are ready to take ownership over their wellbeing in the digital age.
Inspiring talks that help you see your relationship to tech in a new light.
GROUP SEMINARS FOR PARENTS
When communities of parents come together, its easier for families and kids to thrive in the digital age.
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WHO WE WORK WITH
ABOUT OUR FOUNDER
I'm on a mission to help parents, educators, and professionals thrive in the age of digital distraction.
Giancarlo Pitocco is a speaker, facilitator, and social impact entrepreneur focused on solutions to the public health crisis left in the wake of Silicon Valley’s “growth at all costs” mindset. Based in New York City, Giancarlo left a career working for Facebook, Instagram, Apple and the world’s largest ad agencies to found Purposeful.
Tapping into over 15 years of experience studying the influence of technology on our psychology, Giancarlo designs workshops that help leaders, educators, and communities transform their relationships to technology to align to their needs, aspirations, and well-being.
- Watch Now: On-Demand Recording AvailablePreviously Recorded WebinarEx-Facebooker and founder of Purposeful Digital Wellbeing, Giancarlo Pitocco, hosts a session on how to use technology & digital media healthfully during times of social distancing.
- Tune in NOW!Register to tune-in online via Zoom.usLearn the 7 steps to digital wellbeing. It's time to prepare your family to thrive in the age of smartphones, FOMO, social media, and the overabundance of digital stimulation.