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Batch tasks into 45 - 90 minutes depending on the complexity and how much you want to get done.
After your work window is over, take a short 15-minute break to drink water, check your phone, get a snack, or just move around. Then get back to a completely different task that uses another skill set for the next work window.
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Creating a system allows you to allocate a set time to each pursuit as well as other important tasks.
A system helps to batch tasks, consider what needs to be done on priority and what can be done at leisure.
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There are times you will feel stuck or may need a motivational push. That's when this practice will be useful.
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