I’m that Doug Smith—the one who wants to help you live intentionally in our screen-saturated world so you can fulfill your God-given purpose.

My book, [Un]Intentional: How Screens Secretly Shapes Your Desires, and How You Can Break Free is available in paperback and e-book on Amazon.com. Learn more here.

Plus, it’s now available as an audiobook on all the biggest platforms.

Want to find out how intentional you are? Download our free “How I Am I” assessment here.

I’m also sharing this message everywhere I go. I’d love to hear your story and learn how I can help you.


Visit my media page for video, radio, and podcast interviews with amazing personalities like Monica Schmelter, Janet Parshall, Madlin Mangrum, and Chris Brooks.

From The Blog

  • Kellogg’s And Blues Clues: Lying With Pride, Destroying Our Kids
    It’s so hard to see a delusion for what it is when you’re immersed in it. When everything you see and hear and feel confirm the powerful propaganda. But lies are obvious to anyone on the outside. And it’s so easy to just go along — to float on the raging river of lies. We
  • With “Play Something”, Netflix Attacks More Of Your Brain
    Netflix — an enemy of your intentional life — deployed a new weapon in their desire-shaping arsenal a couple weeks ago. It’s a deceptively helpful sounding button titled: “Play Something”. According to Netflix’s own announcement: “There are times when we just don’t want to make decisions. A Friday evening after a long work week. A fridge
  • We’re Confused About Social Media
    The confusion about social media is a misunderstanding about what it is, and what it’s for. Most people think it’s a tool for connecting with family and friends. For sharing pictures with grandparents. For announcing important things. For convenient conversation. But social media is actually none of those things. Social media is an advertising platform