For me, I use a planner app and calendar to stay efficient or on track with my daily and weekly tasks. I prioritize the things that I need to do and those are the things that are first. Things that I’m. It able to accomplish on my list will be my priority the following day. I try to stick to the schedule I have as much as possible. It’s important for me to maintain discipline and I know life happens that sometimes you have to rework your schedule, but that’s to be expected. You shouldn’t have those moments everyday, but when they do happen, don’t panic that you weren’t able to get something done, make that the first, second and third thing you do the next day depending on how many things were left unfinished. Discipline is key to being successful in all things. You have to train your mind to be successful and when you apply that mindset to what you’re doing, more than likely, you’ll be successful.
Setclear goals, compartmentalize time to 25 minute slots, meditate/breathe just before start and visualize delivery and flow…repeat
I let myself skip certain items if I need to so that I can still check in and do the others instead of just skipping it all.
- What are the bigger distractions for you: interior ones like your thoughts or feelings, or exterior, like noises, other people, etc? Which are more challenging for you?
- How can you be less stressed while doing homework?
- Do you set a time limit for deep work or do you just go with the flow?
- How do you work from home?
- How can I have a better focus for deep work?
- How do I stay more consistent with my deep work or any other habit?
- What makes you work for the whole day? (Over eight hours constantly in the deep mindset)
- What are your top strategies for “just getting started”?
- How do you match days with many many meetings and deep work habits?
- What is your favorite type of Deep Work?