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 you deal with burnout when you can’t afford to stop working?
- How do you choose which Deep Work activity you do?
- If your career is largely a matter of self discipline (writing, painting, etc) how do you combat periods of sadness, doubt or any other mood?
- How do you recover from distractions and refocus?
- How do you account for and manage relaxation and break time?
- I prefer longer deep work sessions because I have read Cal Newport’s book Deep Work” . How do you customize the time and length of the deep work sessions?
- Do you try to tackle multiple small tasks or one large task during your deep work?
- My deep work is my secret project and I am my secret project to grow and heal. What are some ideas for other areas of deep work that could help me on my secret mission?
- What space do you set aside for yourself to do deep work?
- How do you get motivated to do something you have to do but dread doing??
- I feel like I have got used to the habit of distraction, especially when my phone is bymyside. Shall I leave it somewhere out of reach or try not be distracted while keeping it bymyside?
- What techniques do you use to build deep work habit?
- What do you do if you feel you’re working on something that might not be correct. As in writing an assignment but feel like you’re are doing it wrong or could work more productively?
- What is deep work really help to improve your life, how your feel?
- Do you ever get tempted by distractions ?