Focus On Your Flow Time
The point of this whole approach is to get some actual head-down, focused, productive work time. So on the days you’ve cleared of meetings, put your head down! It may take some practice to make the most of a four- or five-hour block of uninterrupted time, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll find that you can get more done in five good hours of remote time than you would in nine or ten hours at the office.
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