It’s Time To Be More Intentional With Your Life Than Big Tech.

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 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

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    This past week, the rock-star digital media strategist Brady Shearer published a YouTube critique of my interview with Preston Sprinkle. He has 54k Instagram followers, 97k TikTok followers, and 134k YouTube subscribers. He’s super-smart and well-spoken. I’m grateful for a dialog with someone so accomplished. This is an in-depth and important conversation, so it’s long. […]
  • Screen-Free Family Dinners: A Matter of Life and Death?
    I’m far from a perfect parent. I have many regrets — things I wish I could do over. But here’s one thing I’m proud of: we made screen-free family dinners a priority. Besides praying together (nearly) every night, I believe this is one of the main reasons I still have a great relationship with my […]
  • How Social Media and Screens Have Hijacked Our Hearts and Minds: The Preston Sprinkle Interview
    If you haven’t listened to the Theology in the Raw podcast with Preston Sprinkle, you’re missing some of the most thoughtful and engaging conversations. Preston’s motto is “love widely, and think deeply.” He’s a Bible scholar par excellence, but his obvious love of people with diverse belief systems makes him unusually engaging and winsome. I’ve […]