Deep Work is the book for anyone on the strugglebus to focus and get their most important work done around all the day-to-day minutiae.
Not only does it break down what deep work is and why it's important, it also goes into the *different types* of deep work and which ones work best for different types of people.
My personal story with Deep Work:
Deep Work helped me reframe my mindset around work environments.
You see, I've never been the type to hide away at a desk in a quiet office for hours at a time. Or to escape to a cabin in the woods to write my masterpiece.
No, no. When I write my masterpiece, it'll be written in the lobby of my dance studio, 15-minutes at a time between twirling and twerking.
Doesn't sound like an ideal work environment, does it?
The most helpful part of Deep Work was learning that high quality work can be done in any environment when you make it work for you. For example, what I just described isn't ineffective or shallow, it's just not your traditional picture of deep work - it's "journalistic deep work."
Sound interesting? Check out the book to understand it all:
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