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You Can’t Do Deep Work for More than 4-Hours per Day

So what are you going to work 4-hours a day on?

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Tim Ferriss nearly got it right with his 4-hour workweek. But one thing is slightly off.

It’s supposed to be a 4-hour workday.

Jotform founder Aytekin Tank reminded me of the study done by Anders Ericsson that suggests most people can’t do more…

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