Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World
Deals in the generalities of working deeply, without distraction. It spends a lot of time trying to prove the value, which I didn’t think was necessary. And it seemed short on details or concrete plans. It had four principles, which were valuable, but I looked at the book more as motivation or focus around the idea, rather than a tutorial.
Still, worth reading. I enjoy Newport’s writing style.
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