A 4-step process can help you focus on what really matters. This process can even help you curb something as overloading as email.
Academic life often involves competing demands. But amid its ambiguities, a 4-step process will help you put more focus where you need it.
However you time block, you can use 6 simple steps can make that process pretty seamless in a digital workspace.
These 5 ways to blocking your time can help you focus on what really matters, rather than what’s just latest and loudest.
David DeSilva provides several pro tips for busy writers in biblical studies. David stresses the importance of “no” and working on one project at a time.
James Clear and Cal Newport discuss the symbiotic relationship their prior work has in terms of fostering focus.