We often think of productivity as marking as many items off our to-do lists as possible. But according to Cal Newport, author of Deep Work and associate professor at Georgetown University, there’s more power in removing an item from our to-do list each day, and instead focusing on high-priority tasks that require our full attention. He calls this concept “slow productivity,” and it’s all about focusing on what needs to get done, and removing the stress of a longer list of things to do.
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