So, you think you finally got it, you are on top of it, you can time manage like a pro and act on your priorities.
And it all works out well, you can see the big picture, you act on your goals, you do the important stuff, while other people seem stuck in gluey mess of unclarity. The same gluey mess that made you rethink your time strategy, destructure your habits, restructure your time use and basically take quite a bit of time and thought to put yourself in a better, more focused position.
We have heard a lot about deep work lately. But what we don’t hear enough about is how deep work will not result in a good life balance.
At TimeRichMe we believe that everyone is entitled to a non-rushed life, in which they get to take care of their needs and life goals in a recurrent, reliable manner. We believe an important part of wellbeing is being able to move through things in an authentic manner, at our own pace. While we understand that there is value in discomfort ...
You may have heard it before: our brains are not made for lots of interruptions, and we shouldn’t be multitasking.
This is because, when we multitask, we only get a boost, a feeling of doing more, when we keep on switching tasks. But the reality is that this constant switching between contexts costs the energy of our minds and, without realizing, we actually are much less productive when we switch than when we stay on one activity for a longer period of time.
Do you find yourself not very productive in your work time, and still tethered to it when you are at home? And somehow it seems that fun, true fun, is nowhere to be found, despite not much productivity happening either? Then it might be that you are unintentionally mixing work and fun to the point where none of them really happens.