Hyperfocus Doc ☆ 256 pages ç Hannahredhead

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Concentrate deeply think clearly and work and live deliberately Diving deep into the science and theories about how and why we bring our attention to bear on life's big goals and everyday tasks Chris Bailey takes his uniue approach to productivity to the next level in Hyperfocus while retaining the approachable voice and perspective that made him a fast favourite If you've read any book about being successful in your career or packing work into your day you've already read this book The gist focus on one goal and learn to do that one thing very very well

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HyperfocusCanada's productivity expert returns with a totally fresh angle on how to do with less Throughout his experiments and research Chris Bailey came across many little known insights into how we focus a key element of productivity including the surprising idea that focus isn't so much a state of heightened awareness as we'd assume but a balance between two frames of I like to read one of these books every now and again This one helped me have a few really productive days and if I can remember the insights hopefully I can have a few until it's time to read another one of these The basics are clear you have to purposefully turn off distractions emails notifications of all kids social media etc You have to sleep and you have to give yourself some time to just make connections in your free time instead of fighting boredom The book was short and helpful but mostly it's the same kind of productivity advice

Chris Bailey Þ Hyperfocus Mobi

Hyperfocus Doc ☆ 256 pages ç Hannahredhead Ä Canada's productivity expert returns with a totally fresh angle on how to do with less Throughout his experiments and research Chris Bailey came across many little known insights into how we focus a key element of productivity including the surprising idea that focus isn't so muchMind The most recent neuroscientific research on attention reveals that our brain has two powerful modes that can be unlocked when we use our attention well a focused mode hyperfocus which is the foundation for being highly productive and a creative mode scatterfocus which enables us to connect ideas in novel ways Hyperfocus helps readers unlock both so they can This past year of grad school was my own personal hell and in the intensely toxic culture of academia I internalized a lot of really horrible beliefs about productivity which resulted in a truly awful period of burnout once I finished I am still unlearning a lot of things and I wish I had read this book a lot sooner It made me feel a lot forgiving towards myself when I was feeling burnout especially in how I was struggling to focus on things This book clarified a lot that I had been thinking about throughout my time in grad school and afterwards and is a wise guide to rethinking focus