It helped me get into the “flow state” where I got my school work done faster without losing focus. It was hard to get there, I started with 25 minutes for two weeks then increased the time. I get more work done in a shorter amount of time and it feels really good to accomplish soo much in a short period of time. What takes my friends three hours to do, takes me just a hour or Hour and a half. That makes me feel better
Deep work is setting a timer for a certain amount of time with small breaks where you just focus on what you need to get done. I have found that I get more things done off my to do list when I commit to deep work. I did find it was difficult to get into but when you get it and into it then you get more things done
I write a page in my bullet journal every day it gives me this sense of accomplishment and genuinely make me feel happier
I am doing a deep study which is very helpful in the exam preparation, when you study deeper and focus more, it will stay longer in your head. So if you need to learn something, doesn't matter you are learning a new language or studying for an exam, doing it deeper always helps
- What kinds of tasks do you consider deep work? And how long do you dedicate to them?
- Do you play music while doing deep work?
- How do you re-focus on your deep work when you realize you have become distracted?
- 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)