The hardest part of any process is to start. Just like in a workout, it helps to have a warm-up, or a priming ritual, to get you into the proper state for what you’re about to do.
There’s a common perception that if you’re not hustling and sweating then you’re not doing it right. But is the hustle a sign of productivity or just a sign of a lot of activity?
Here is the difference between understanding, knowledge, and wisdom, and what it really means to do “knowledge work.”
Our expectations for what productivity should look like can keep us from creating space for deep work. But this space is crucial for both productivity and creativity.
Becoming aware of which of your hours are more valuable can — and should — impact your decisions about how to spend your time and how to price your services.
Deep Work is about more than just time to think or produce big content pieces. It goes to the essence of what we are bringing to the world.
Rosh Hashana isn’t just the “Jewish New Year.” It’s the start date for the original personal growth immersion experience, an epic journey of the soul.