Distractions interfere with your willpower. And willpower gets tired as it gets used. Your resilience will increase when you reduce distractions.
Batch your work by grouping similar tasks together and working on them. Create a slot to batch deep work. Emails can be batched with phone calls.
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Emails and chats aren't deep work, which requires a complex task and uninterrupted focus.
Email and similar tasks are what Newport calls shallow work.
Shallow work is work that's done in small pieces and doesn't require your full attention.
Working for extended periods with full concentration and no distractions, on a single task requires:
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