This might seem a little scary or weird, but take on the harder things first. It is okay to be afraid to fail at something, that is totally normal. But DO NOT tell yourself you are going to fail. Because if you do, you are going to fail. If you believe you can do it, then you will most likely do just fine or even better than you thought! So it’s okay to be afraid, but it’s not okay to not try. So be excited about taking on new challenges! Be ready to tackle them and grab the day by the ear and say: “This is the day that the Lord has made, and it is his!”
And you will be just fine.
- How do you know that deep work sessions more than 25mins have finished as they have no alarms indicating end of time?
- What is deep work to you?
- What has deep work helped you with??
- I have a great Fabulous AM routine for waking up in the AM, but I struggle still at “not being consciously awake” enough to remind myself through self-talk why I’m choosing to get up early, and to remind myself to not crawl back in bed. How can I jump start the habit?
- How do you accomplish deep work when you don’t have control over your schedule?
- Do you stop deep work when time is up or keep going as long as your in the flow?
- How do you ensure high quality work?
- What does deep work mean for you?
- What do you do to ensure that you stay focused?
- Should I increase my focus time past 25 mins or just keep blocking it out while taking 5 min breaks in between?
- Which tasks do you choose to work on when you’re completing the deep work exercise?
- What habit do you have for deep learning?
- Do you always use the timer? Do you find you stick to this habit better if you do or don’t?
- What distractions do you find helpful to get rid of, besides other technology?
- What do you do for Deep Work habit?