Yes I agree . In my line of work . I get some pause in between either from staff or from patient. From emails or calls & huddles and issues. Felt that my deep work is really not a deep or – it break in between and at times forgetting where you left and how you have to start again.
Hardly any for my “true” work — the work I believe I am in the planet to do and which is different from my 9 to 5 job. I yearn to do more. At times in the past when I seemingly had more flexibility of time, around 5 hours a day of this deep work felt marvelous.
T Lia Z.
Well if that what suit you then stay with that it what suits you and what your life style like because what work for someone else might not work for you so go by what is easy for you
I try to make several 25-minute sessions to not get overwhelmed, about 4 sessions in my 9-hour shift work just fine for me
30 minutes is not enough time to get all the deep work done, especially if you have a job. I’m retired now, so I can’t imagine what it would be like to have to go to work and accomplish all the things you have to do at work with a smart phone in my purse or on my desk . I use the 30 minute deep work session to start on something I’ve been procrastinating on. Once I get started I seem to enjoy keeping it up
- How to get motivation for the deep work habit?
- I need some focus and motivational quotes to help me get going.
- What’s a good time to do deep work. Morning, afternoon or evening?
- How to stop procrastinating?
- What do you do when you can’t focus?
- What do you consider as deep work?
- How do you increase the amount of deep work you do without getting distracted?
- What’s your idea of deep work? Does it need to be at a desk or can it be a sport ir house chore?
- How to I get motivated to work when I can easily just not do anything ?
- What do you for your Deep Work Habit if you are retired or otherwise don’t work outside the home?