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Journalist Steven Kotler offers tips for how to reach a psychological flow state, granting peak mental performance.
«Curiosity can lead you to become passionate about something, which can in turn drive that thing to give you purpose. The activity itself becomes fulfilling. It is the means and the end.»
‘Flow state’ is a peak performance mental state experienced by the world's highest achievers. Learn how it works in just 7 minutes.
«Flow actually feels 'flowy.' More specifically, it refers to any of those moments of rapt attention and total absorption.»
It's 10:34 a.m. on a Thursday morning while I'm writing this. Headphones on. Spotify activated. Weird 'Focus Mode' playlist playing. Notifications are turned off for both laptop and phone. I'm in the…
«Start by splitting up deep work and shallow work; you can't properly do it simultaneously. Kill distractions, especially when you do your more important focused work. Allow for important breaks. Plan your other tasks around your deep work.»
For busy people, finding time for uninterrupted work may feel utterly unrealistic. But there are methods we can use to optimise what limited ‘deep work’ time we have.
It frees up more time for deep work.
«Our research suggests that such bursts of rapid-fire communications, with longer periods of silence in between, are hallmarks of successful teams»
A review of Deep Work by Cal Newport.
«say goodbye to multitasking. It doesn’t work.»
Based on Cal Newport's book, Deep Work, this comprehensive guide will teach you to harness your focus, ditch distractions, and improve your productivity.
Based on Cal Newport's book Deep Work, this comprehensive summary and guide teaches you to harness focus, ditch distractions, and improve your productivity.
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