Any tips for deep work? Do you have a suggested playlist or ways to help be more focused?

Marcele Oliveira
I don’t listen to music while I work but if I were to, I would put on music without lyrics. Only because I would start singing along if it were music I really get into and enjoyed on a different level. My go-to for that sort of thing is Ludovico Einaudi. I use a place I can write at comfortably and use a notebook where I collect all my work. During the day, if I see anything that could help me during my deep work or would inspire me, I take a picture of it and put it in a folder to refer back to during my next session.

Josefine Thomsen
To stay focused on getting into things more i would meditate after a hot or warm shower then I would read some affirmations and write in my journal once I finish with that I do my exercise

Tássia Pinto
I don’t listen to music while I work but if I were to, I would put on music without lyrics. Only because I would start singing along if it were music I really get into and enjoyed on a different level. My go-to for that sort of thing is Ludovico Einaudi. I use a place I can write at comfortably and use a notebook where I collect all my work. During the day, if I see anything that could help me during my deep work or would inspire me, I take a picture of it and put it in a folder to refer back to during my next session.

Hubertine Ulbricht
I use the focus playlists from Spotify. My best tip is to really, really block all distractions. And then make sure you have a goal and know why you do what you do.

Jonathan Lowe
I tried to do my own exercises and loved to just create my own playlist, helped me be in my own little world. But I’ve also discovered classes… I def recommend yoga grits or box