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One of the things I’ve learned on this front is that the best way to get things done is to have fewer things to do. And having fewer things to do has a lot to do with your ability to say NO.
As the name suggests, these are your untouchable hours. You need to guard them. Hoard them. Protect them. And don’t let any potential distraction touch them.
By contrast, if you work in a state of loose concentration (e.g., you have another tab open), you fire too many circuits simultaneously and as a result fail at isolating the neurons you actually want to strengthen.