PRACTICES OUTLINED IN THE BOOK DEEP WORK BY CAL NEWPORT.

PRACTICES OUTLINED IN THE BOOK DEEP WORK BY CAL NEWPORT.

Schedule Type 3: Daily
Set aside a regular block of time each day to focus on deep work.

Example: Set aside the morning (such as 8 to 11 a.m.) for deep work, before jumping into shallow work.
The regularity of this schedule is conducive to forming a habit, and it’s realistic for many careers and lifestyles. However, this schedule doesn’t give the full day of deep work that the seclusion or periodic schedules can provide, and therefore you won’t reach your maximum focus potential.

( In The 5 AM Club, Robin Sharma notes that the most productive part of your day is the hour right after you wake up because you’re recharged and the world is relatively quiet and distraction-free. It, therefore makes sense to try to schedule your deep work time block in the early morning.)

…to be continued

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