There are two photos of his kids engrossed with their phones while seated having lunch.
Which makes me wonder if the online world is more interesting that what they are seeing and experiencing personally in the foreign country?
Perhaps they are not interested in the country they are visiting. Or are they curious about what their friends are doing? Afraid they miss out on something in the online world?
I was having high-tea at a hotel's restaurant a few weeks back. Seated a few tables away was a family, parents with son and daughter. All four of them were looking at their phones. The kids were checking their Facebook, mom was playing Candy Crush and dad was surfing the web. Physically present but spiritually absent.
Technology, which is meant to make our lives easier and more convenient has somehow consumed our lives.
How many of you switch off your phone when you sleep? How many of you can't resist checking your incoming messages when you're having meals with family or friends? How many of you are so engrossed in watching the serial drama that you don't even look at what you are eating?
Do you master the technology? Or do you let technology master you?
Think about your business too.