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What’s the best habit to develop for career success?

There are a few possibilities, but one of the strongest contenders is the ability to do “deep work”.

Deep work is the hard, concentrated work you do to create new value and improve your skills.

So here are 7 tips to help you get deep work done.

Fast forward a couple of months. Imagine that you’re getting 3–4 hours of deep work done per day.

You’ll be feeling more productive after every session.

You’ll be getting deeper insights into your work, that others will be shocked by

You’ll be getting more done and quicker than ever before.

You’ll be developing “career capital” that you can then deploy to create the ideal business and career on your terms.


And if you want the full 11 step process for making it so deep work becomes a habit, you can get it here: http://seveninsights.com/deepwork/

Visit the full website here: http://SevenInsights.com

To read the full post:
http://seveninsights.com/deep-work-process/

What’s the best habit to develop for career success?

There are a few possibilities, but one of the strongest contenders is the ability to do “deep work”.

Deep work is the hard, concentrated work you do to create new value and improve your skills.

So here are 7 tips to help you get deep work done.

Fast forward a couple of months. Imagine that you’re getting 3–4 hours of deep work done per day.

You’ll be feeling more productive after every session.

You’ll be getting deeper insights into your work, that others will be shocked by

You’ll be getting more done and quicker than ever before.

You’ll be developing “career capital” that you can then deploy to create the ideal business and career on your terms.


And if you want the full 11 step process for making it so deep work becomes a habit, you can get it here: http://seveninsights.com/deepwork/

Visit the full website here: http://SevenInsights.com

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How to Do Deep Work: A 7 Step Process

  1. 1. HOW TO DO DEEP WORK: A 7 STEP PROCESS
  2. 2. What’s the best habit to develop for career success?
  3. 3. There are a few possibilities, but one of the strongest contenders is the ability to do “deep work”.
  4. 4. It’s Dr K here.
  5. 5. And today I want to talk to you about
  6. 6. A 7 Step Process To Get Deep Work Done
  7. 7. Deep work is a term coined by Cal Newport in the book surprisingly called “Deep Work”. If you haven’t read the book, you really should.
  8. 8. Deep work is the hard, concentrated work you do to create new value and improve your skills.
  9. 9. Most crucially, deep work is work that is hard to replicate.
  10. 10. I look at a habit of being able to do deep work as a massive advantage in doing meaningful work that has an impact.
  11. 11. When you can concentrate and focus your mind better than others for longer than others
  12. 12. You will produce higher quality work than them.
  13. 13. This ability will supercharge your business and career.
  14. 14. Maybe you’re already aware of the value of deep work and have tried to apply it to your life and struggled?
  15. 15. Do you find your deep work sessions constantly plagued by interruptions?
  16. 16. Do you get frustrated with not being able to stay focused for longer than a few minutes?
  17. 17. Your future rests in your ability do deep work
  18. 18. So here are 7 tips to help you get deep work done.
  19. 19. 1. Set small goals
  20. 20. In the beginning start small.
  21. 21. Aim for 20–30 minutes to begin with. Less if you have to.
  22. 22. Because the last thing you want to do is set big targets that you’re not used to.
  23. 23. Ease into it. Like any habit.
  24. 24. 2. Accept that it’s hard work
  25. 25. Deep work is, sadly, not fun.
  26. 26. It’s hard work. But very rewarding.
  27. 27. If you go in expecting it to be easy you’ll easily be discouraged.
  28. 28. Instead, understand that it’s hard work (by definition) but it will pay off, big time
  29. 29. 3. Brain dump
  30. 30. Focus requires an empty mind
  31. 31. So if your mind is clogged up with trying to remember things you need to do
  32. 32. you need a solution.
  33. 33. Using a “Getting Things Done” type approach to information overload will help.
  34. 34. Have a master list with EVERY SINGLE TASK you need to do on it (separated out into relevant categories like work, home, relationships etc).
  35. 35. Then keep a piece of paper next to you while you’re doing deep work
  36. 36. And any time another thought comes up, just jot it down, so that it doesn’t derail your thought process.
  37. 37. By capturing all your to-do’s and ideas in one place, and regularly checking it, you:
  38. 38. a. Won’t have to keep that stuff in your mind b. You’ll feel assured that it won’t be lost.
  39. 39. 4. Schedule it in
  40. 40. If you had a meeting with the boss, you’d be a fool to miss it.
  41. 41. Getting deep work done should be thought of as equally as important as a meeting with the boss.
  42. 42. To this end,  it should be scheduled as a “can’t be broken” appointment with yourself, that absolutely has to happen.
  43. 43. 5. Set the right time and place
  44. 44. You’ll make things a lot easier for yourself if you schedule in your deep work sessions for places and times when it’s easier to focus.
  45. 45. For instance, if you’re better able to work between 8 and 10am in the mornings then schedule in deep work for these times.
  46. 46. Similarly, if you work better in a cafe than an open plan office, then find a way to get deep work done there.
  47. 47. 6. Gradually increase the amounts
  48. 48. Starting off with 20–30 minute burst, have a sliding scale where you gradually increase the times to 45 minutes with short breaks in between, or even longer depending on your work style.
  49. 49. 7. Make a longer-term plan
  50. 50. Deep work is what differentiates the average from the exceptional. This is a VERY important process and you need to give this the respect it deserves.
  51. 51. This means sitting down and planning out  how you’re going to develop the habit of deep work over a period of months.
  52. 52. The plans should be thorough and specific and take into account any obstacles or problems that might interfere with your goals.
  53. 53. If you need, recruit others to help to keep you accountable.
  54. 54. The Results
  55. 55. Fast forward a couple of months. Imagine that you’re getting 3–4 hours of deep work done per day.
  56. 56. You’ll be feeling more productive after every work session.
  57. 57. You’ll be getting deeper insights into your work
  58. 58. You’ll be getting more done and quicker than ever before.
  59. 59. You’ll be developing “career capital” that you can then deploy to create the ideal business and career on your terms.
  60. 60. Need More Help?
  61. 61. For more help on developing the Deep Work Habit, check out my free checklist and other resources (Scroll down the page to see how to access this)
  62. 62. If you enjoyed this video, visit SevenInsights.com for more productivity tips

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