The Mission

Enjoy a truly happy and meaningful life while using technology to serve you – not the other way around.

The 3 Goals of Digital Detox:

  1. Discover what a meaningful life looks and feels like for you
  2. Discover how to use technology (or not use it) to serve your meaningful life
  3. Discover how to break free from the traps of modern weaponized technology so you can fulfill your life’s purpose (instead of being a slave to the system).


Our technology was initially intended to help us create a happier, more productive, and meaningful life doing what we love. In the early days of personal computers, people like Steve Jobs considered the computer to be a ‘bicycle for the mind’ – a tool to enhance our capacities and improve our lives and creative potential. Computers were meant to be our friends and trusted servants that allow us to extend our best intentions and make us happier and more productive.

However, along the way, the business models behind tech companies slowly changed so that the more you use their devices, or services, the more they get paid.

This change has given almost all tech companies – from the big guns like Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple to the smaller players and app creators – a financial incentive to make us addicted and become slaves to their systems.

No longer is the primary goal of apps and devices to make our lives better but to get our attention. Whoever gets the most attention, get the most money.

What this means is the software we use right now is now has been specifically designed to act like a slot machine or casino, keeping us coming back for more – while serving us less. Our devices have in effect become weaponized against us for the profit of the companies that provide them.

In an ironic twist of events, the ‘solution’ to our problems has itself become the problem. The masters have become the servants to their own tools. Instead of technology existing to serve our needs, we have become servants to its needs –  mindlessly checking, swiping, clicking from morning to evening. And each day that passes these companies get better and better at making us addicted. They watch us 24.7 and refine their strategies to addict us futher based on their relentless testing. All the while, we, the users (unpaid workers) are losing vast amounts of our time down the rabbit hole and enjoying our prescious lives less.

The Good News

The Digital Detox Project is your guide to break free from the dark grip of these power-hungry, international corporations who seek to manipulate and addict you to their services –  so you can claim back your life and have them work for you.

Once you ‘wake up’ and see what is really going on behind the screen, you will no longer be enslaved by these manipulative services who offer cheap thrills and distraction, while mining your personal data and systematically creating more and more addictive content to keep you hooked.

Technology has the potential to be extremely useful – but only if it’s working for you.

You are about to discover how to cut the chains to harmful technology and break out of those ‘online casinos’ that has transfixed the world into a robotic trance. Instead of being a slave, you will discover how to have technology become your servant – the way it’s meant to be.

How will you feel if you do this?

By breaking free from the countless traps and drains of the online world, you will feel happier, more in control of your life. You will more easily be able to relax and sleep well.

Your real life relationships with thrive. Your creative abilities will become supercharged. You’ll feel more calm, collected and in control of your life.

Welcome back to the Real

By taking this journey you’ll become a pioneer in freedom-based living.

Like Neo in the movie, The Matrix, you are breaking free from the system and discovering your full potential. Thank you for being here, and I look forward to seeing how your life gets better.

Michael Mackintosh

Living is easy with eyes closed… misunderstandings all you see.
– John Lennon

Once we see beyond the charade, we can never go back.

Steve Prussack