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Reset your tech habits

We are in an epidemic of digital distraction

U.S. teens average 8:39 hours of unproductive screen time per day

Attention spans are declining

Anxiety and depression are on the rise

Born as a 12-week course at UC Berkeley, Project Reboot is a research-backed program that helps students build an informed and intentional relationship with technology

"I've noticed a significant increase in my awareness of how I'm using technology which has made me much more mindful in my day to day life."
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Megan Baxter

UC Berkeley Student

Time Saved: 2 hours per day

Students save 3+ hours per day

Average non-productive screen time



Before Project Reboot

After Project Reboot

*Data from 90 UC Berkeley students who took Project Reboot as a 12-week course


School Engagements

Help your students reset tech habits, regain focus, and reclaim free time


Parent Workshops

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Digital Detox Programs

Online Course

High-impact, low-time-commitment. Reset your tech habits in one week.

With special guests:

Dr. Sahar Yousef

MBA Faculty at UC Berkeley

Professor Lucas Miller

MBA Faculty at UC Berkeley

Sahar and Lucas are cognitive neuroscientists and MBA faculty at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business. At Berkeley, they run the Becoming Superhuman Lab and teach one of the most popular MBA classes, called "Becoming Superhuman: The Science of Productivity and Performance", which teaches busy professionals how to get their most important work done, in less time, with less stress. Since COVID began, they’ve collectively given over 500 talks and keynotes to knowledge workers in 50+ countries, have advised executive teams at Google, Coinbase, and Visa, and have been invited to speak for the US Congress and Saudi Arabian governments.

Their work has been featured in:


Work directly with Dino to build better tech habits

Individualized attention from the founder of Project Reboot

Weekly zoom meetings

Lecture recordings from the popular UC Berkeley course

Personalized activities, challenges, and accountability mechanisms

Why Students Love Project Reboot

Science-based curriculum

Approachable lessons that will deepen your understanding of why technology can be addictive and teach you how to win back control over your devices

Topics include:

  • Leading research on dopamine and its role in tech-addictions

  • How to reconfigure your devices to eliminate distractions

  • Impacts of screen time on cognition and mental health

There are no prescriptions

There is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to healthy tech habits, so we won't tell you how much screen time is too much.
The objective of the program is to help you clarify your intentions for your tech use, then give you a powerful toolkit to stick to them for the long-term.

Peers hold you accountable

Changing tech habits is easier when you have others to lean on. As such, social accountability is a focal point of Project Reboot. Through discussion groups, screen time challenges, and accountability check-ins, Project Reboot students have ample opportunities to leverage the help of others to hit their screen time goals.

Your effort is rewarded

By completing daily challenges, reducing your screen time, and participating in discussions, you earn raffle tickets.

Prizes Include:

Kindle e-readers

Headspace subscriptions

Smart alarm clocks

REI gift cards

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Curious how your digital habits scale over time?

The average 18 year old is on pace to spend 25 years of their remaining life consuming online entertainment

Sign up for the Project Reboot newsletter and receive a custom screen time report to see how your numbers compare.


Get in touch

Intentional Systems LLC

PO Box 1899

El Granada CA, 94018

Tel: 650-867-2169

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