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In his book The Now Habit, Neil Fiore suggests keeping an "Unschedule " - a time log on which you make plans for leisure activities but on which you record hours of work only after you've finished them.
If you plan in advance to do x hours of work in a day, anything less becomes a failure; if you make no such plans, every minute worked counts as a success.
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Books on "getting motivated" ironically compound the problem by reinforcing the idea that you need to feel positive about doing something before you begin it.
What if you dropped the requirement of feeling good, accepted that you felt bad and just started anyway? Motivation usually shows u...
Resisting a task is usually a sign that it's meaningful - which is why it's awakening your fears and stimulating procrastination.
You could adopt "Do whatever you're resisting the most" as a philosophy of life.
As Steven Pressfield says in his book The War Of Art , "...
Real procrastination, which afflicts an estimated 20% of us, isn't the same as laziness, being disorganised, or putting off boring chores.
It's an active avoidance strategy, and because it's usually rooted in the fear of failure, or success, or loss of control, it most aff...
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Scheduling allocates specific time to various activities, and the strict adherence to the timing is what sucks from the activity all its leisure and relaxation, which is generally associated with ample time and freedom. Scheduling is also associated with work by default, so the leisure ac...
Research suggests a knowledge worker should spend four hours of deep creative, highly productive work per day.
How many hours do you currently dedicate to deep work? Look at your calendar and count the hours spent in deep work.
If you have too many hours, t...
This type of Deep work is for those who are not able to follow Monastic Approach.
Here, when you need to perform Deep work you go to a separate place (which must a different place from where you spend most of your time) and do your work for 12-72 hours (not continu...
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