I really like to use Habitica as a to-do list, because it gamifies all my tasks. It does not integrate with Outlook, though. Outlook’s own app is also worth trying if you use those tasks a lot and create tasks from your inbox. Toggl is great for tracking time. And for a new way of working, try a Kanban board like Trello. This helps you create a workflow. Read up on Kanban techniques first!
- How do I move forward despite not having completed goals from earlier in the day? I feel like I get bogged down in “morning” things.
- How long should I do Deep Work?
- What do you do on days you are having a harder time focusing on a task?
- How do you feel once you have completed a truly hard deep work session?! 🤩
- Can fun be considered as deep work?
- Do you have problem with short attention span? Do you find it difficult to concentrate?
- Why is Deep Work recommended in the afternoon?
- What do you do when you encounter sudden distractions that fatigue you?
- What do you mean by deep work habit?
- How do you choose what to work on? I find myself straying away from tasks I am afraid I will fail at, and sometimes even trick myself into taking on less important tasks, instead.
- What exactly is deep work?
- Do you find it more beneficial to deeply focus on tasks at hand or spend time on an ongoing project when you are fully focused for a dedicated time span?
- How do you block out distractions?
- What process do you go through when working on the Deep Work habit? Also, would someone expound on the Morning Pages habit? I’m not sure that I am doing it correctly!
- How do you keep up with Fabulous?