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Forced Functions

  • Instead of continuously and tirelessly working, create short bursts of intense activity tailored to your work, followed by rest and recovery.
  • While taking breaks is looked down upon, this is when the actual productivity of the brain starts to happen, when it is left to think independently.
  • Deep work, with no distractions is good for a project, but a loose, wandering mind is required to solve difficult problems in an innovative and creative manner.

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