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Deep Work – can I summon it?

I understand the value of deep work, the opportunity to truly focus and to create the space to do so. But I’m not sure I could give it the priority Cal Newport does. That’s the point though, isn’t it? Deep … Continue reading

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Bedeviled by procrastination

Like every good procrastinator, I have read far too much about procrastination in my time….and about time management, decluttering, systems for organisation etc. The list goes on. Half the time I feel like these books and articles are written by … Continue reading

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Making Ideas Happen

The recurring theme in this book is that great things are 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration and far too many “ideas” people remain in the world of ideas without developing the skills and habits to actually turn those ideas into … Continue reading

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