I feel more engaged and capable of doing my work. Beside that, everything that isn’t in my 3 important tasks for the day is a distraction and goes directly to my distraction log.
I took to working with my hands, rather than book work. However, it simply feels fulfilling. I get a simple feeling of accomplishment, like I didn't waste my day.
I feel completely organized. Can focusing my work without interpretation. I can improve my quality of work. Still learning to stay focus in working.
It feels great! I feel like I’ve done something productive for the day and really made a great use of my time. I also think it makes me feel good, the fact that I was so indepth and working hard without falling for distractions.
I feel good because I know I have achieved some progress in the morning itself. It makes completing the task later on less daunting because I know I have already started it and got some of it done.
Unfulfilled but excited for the next one. I suppose we’ll truly feel satisfied, but that’s what causes us to do and be better.
- How to focus and not get distracted
- I sometimes feel guilt when I do not do something creative or productive. Is it ok to just lay in bed some days?
- What kind of stuff do you work on? Sometimes I dont know what to do!
- How do I stay motivated with all that is going on right now?
- How do you get ready to start work ?
- How to mansge time? I find hard to stick to the time to finish a task. Almost like it gives me stress
- What should you do if you are distracted frequently?
- For me, it is hard to find the perfect place for my deep work session. I’m easily distracted by sounds in my surrounding, but there’s isn’t really a place in my house where I can sit alone. Especially now during the Corona crisis… What should I try?
- How do you stay consistent with your routine and productivity level every single day?
- How do you get back on track if you start off distracted early in your work period. Some days I work really well, but I want some ideas on how to reset and self correct on days that aren’t going well.