Aaron Le gall
I guess anytime is a good time to start. The sooner the better.
Even if it's little, any step towards the goals you have set moves you forward on the right direction.
All goals are like a marathon, it takes time and dedication, but no marathon have been finished without taking the first step.
- I have three different jobs. I do all of them from home. How can I better organize my routine to dedicate time to all of them in a more structured and less chaotic way? Today I jumped from one to the other all day long and many times I lost time and focus.
- How do you stop yourself from feeling overwhelmed by all you need to accomplish?
- How do you follow your routines without getting distracted?
- Each day I sleep with the guilt of not making my day productive but the next day I waste it again. I am getting depressed now. What should I do?
- How do you prevent distractions where you’re working?
Do you prepare for deep work before you start? Sometimes by the time I have everything I need gathered the time is almost up.
Depends! If it’s something you know is good, do it now! If you aren’t sure then wait until it is 10xcheaper, 10xfaster, or 10xbetter.
I just picked a time mid afternoon when I had nothing booked in and told myself that a short period of focus was manageable. It passed on no time and I had ticked off some important tasks
I would think that depends on what it is. Are you planning for an emergency or to clean? The more we tune into our own soul, the more our intuition will tell us (the Holy Spirit within) when it is time to take action. We must self nurture and stay able to hear that still small voice of prompting to know. That is the challenge. Staying tuned in to one’s own.
Well if you’re prepped and planned, the best thing to do is act on what you have done. The best part of making a plan and preparing to make it happen is to complete the project. There’s joy in completing something.
Whatever moment you are in right now is a good time to take action. There is never a perfect moment or a right time to do something, so don't wait for one. Do whatever you can in each moment, don't get caught up in planning and forget to actually live your plans
Check calendars with anyone else or other events (work, trips) that might be connected to your event to whittle down a good start time. Next, pick when you want to start, on a calendar, commit to it, and even think about how you'll start, what you need to start, how much time will it take, and what it will look like to start (might look messy at first). Then commit to your start time, schedule it, and just know you will be doing it at that allotted time. (I have the same tendency, mixed with procrastination! )
It’s always a good time to take action 💪🏼 When you’ve set your to-do list and made your desk clean and free from distractions and put a bottle of water on it, nothing can’t stop you. It’s unnecessary to be planning infinitely. At a certain point you just have to start, after that you’ll be able to adjust your planning if necessary
- What do you do to avoid distractions?
- Is it optimal to break up deep work periods? I understood that people don’t tend to work optimally after about a 45-minute period?
- How you can do deep work?
- What’s the best way to balance food, activities and workouts?
- How do you learn to trust yourself and trust others?
- How do I wake up early in the morning every day?
- I would like to know if you have a boss and he is really in a bad mood, how do you handle this?
- Whenever I take a break, I lose track of what my plan was and I get totally lost in shallow activities. How can I deal with this?
- What advantage do you get from deep work?
- How do you find the best time of day to do deep work?