To Get Better at Managing Your Time, Borrow a Training Strategy From Elite Athletes
Brad Stulberg
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this brings back a concept i read about in a book called deep work by cal Newport. according to Newport, “if you keep interrupting your evening to check and respond to e-mail, or put aside a few hours after dinner to catch up on an approaching deadline, you’re robbing your directed attention centers of the uninterrupted rest they need for restoration. Even if these work dashes consume only a small amount of time, they prevent you from reaching the levels of deeper relaxation in which attention restoration can occur.”

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