Do you try to tackle multiple small tasks or one large task during your deep work?

Mitchell Frazier
Most days I work on one large task for 25 minutes. But on occasion I will spend a couple hours working going multiple task

Marion Gonzalez
That depends in large part on which tasks are closest to the revenue line. Which is to say, The tasks that will have the highest impact on my goals.

That said, I tend to lean towards larger tasks that require sustained attention. Studies show that when we are either interrupted or have to switch tasks it takes as long as 15 minutes to fully get back into the zone.

The key principle is to put first things first.

Malu Costa
Definitely one large task, when available. It allows me to get into a flow state that often lasts beyond the “required” time. I find that with small tasks the transitions lead to more opportunities for distraction.