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I apply the following advice to myself and it's working: Always have time for the 'nothing box' e.g. time where you do absolutely nothing. Technically speaking you unwind and rgroup Learn to set better targets by analyzing data. It's normal to over or under estimate one's ability to meet targets. Timely progress reviews gives one insight whether we are ...


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Actually, this can be simple. Every action or task you have to do should be linked to something higher, a purpose, a long-term goal, an area of responsibility, etc. So if you have to do a boring or tough task you don't feel like, you need to stop thinking of the task itself and start thinking of the purpose it serves. Something like "This is not my favorite ...


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Some hopefully helpful tips: Ask yourself regularly (e.g. everytime you start a new exercise/chapter/work etc) these questions: What do I want to do now and why should I do it rather than some other thing ? Why am I not inclined to do it (or why would it be a bad idea to do it) and what can I do about it ? What will be the (short-term and long-term) ...


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Firstly make sure that the place where you do your work is comfortable and that you can minimize distractions. Not only can distractions prevent you from focusing in the first place but they can also cause interruptions in your flow once you've got going. To do this you can do things like turning off your phone, putting a do not disturb sign on your door, ...



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