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  1. Yes, for two reasons: obvious distraction and the inability to do deep work, meaning what you do in your free times impacts you ability to focus as well! The book Deep Work will explain a lot of really useful things on focus and flow state. I strongly recommend it - to get more details in the meantime, I wrote two posts with the main takeaways from the book and my personal reflections

  2. My top suggestion is a weekly review. The key is to actually review the previous week with curiosity before planning, to see what worked, what didn't and most importantly, why. Then plan. For me, a plan works best if it is flexible but will make me distribute the time as I want, but to each their own, the important thing is to track.You can find a detailed article on how to start a weekly review

  3. Ty ill definitely take a look at your posts

  4. Hope it helps!! If you would like to follow for more articles on how to live a happy and fulfilling life, you can follow me on twitter at lauraslearnings and sign up to the newsletter for monthly recaps

  5. Use the pomodoro technique and do bouts of deep work. There's a great book called Deep Work by Cal Newport that will explain a lot of really useful things on focus and flow state, which is motivating and the type of concentration you need. I strongly recommend the book - to get more details in the meantime, I wrote two posts with the main takeaways from the book and my personal reflections

  6. I would talk to them and explain you would like to be included in the future, and, if you feel it would help, ask how it came about last time, always without being mean about it or resentful. Maybe they just bumped into each other and thought you were busy (which you were,at the gym?) or something. If it becomes a pattern address it again and then reevaluate.

  7. Cal Newport in Deep Work goes into detail about this: usually only a limited amount of hours of deep work can be achieved. You can train yourself to increase your ability to focus for longer periods of time. I recommend the book, you can find the main takeaways

  8. The GAP and the GAIN, you can find the main takeaways and my personal reflections

  9. This is a great post. You write well, very clear, logical, and concise. Thank you!

  10. There is a nice book called The GAP and the GAIN which talks about this! It's really useful to think about how far we've come and compare ourselves to our past selves, instead of to some unachievable ideal. I wrote the key takeaways and my personal reflections about it

  11. My top suggestion is a weekly review paired with a daily plan. The key is to actually review the previous week with curiosity before planning, to see what worked, what didn't and most importantly, why. Then plan. For me, a daily plan works best if it is flexible but will make me distribute the time as I want, but to each their own, the important thing is to track.You can find a detailed article on how to start a weekly review if you don't do one yet

  12. If you already know why you want to do these things, my top strategy is a weekly review, where you go over the previous week before planning the next. This allows you to get curious and think about what worked and what didn't and most importantly why. Then plan, w goals & why in mind. More details

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