How to Work Less Than 3 Hours Each Day And Get More Done Than Before

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How to Work Less Than 3 Hours Each Day And Get More Done Than Before

A few days ago, I made the commitment to ONLY do 2.5 hours of work every single day.

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Which sounds like nothing, right?

But I’m talking about perfect deepwork, being 100% focused on one single task for those 150 minutes.

Before I made this change to my daily routine, I would aim at around 5–6 hours of deep-ish work.

I would often switch tasks, work on different parts of my business each day, and only find myself in true flow for short periods of time.

And the funny thing is that by making the list of changes we will discuss in a minute, I actually INCREASED how much I got done each day while REDUCING the amount of time I had to work.

And as a HUGE bonus, this shift made my work at least 50% more satisfying and enjoyable.

If that’s not a good deal, I have no idea what is.

Now, 99.9% of people are CRAZY inefficient with their work.

And I’m not talking about “yOu HaVe To WoRk MoRe AnD fAsTeR!”

I’m talking about cutting your work hours down by 75% and still getting more done than before.

Here are the changes I’ve made:

I. I only do ONE deepwork session a day, aiming at around 2.5 hours.

II. I only ALLOW one type of deepwork task per day — no exceptions.

I used to create my feed content, work on the program, record trainings for my clients, and do other random tasks every day.

But the decision to only do one type of task each day was HUGE.

On my “feed content day”, I will use the ENTIRE deepwork block to create and write my daily content.

On my “SMA program day”, I will spend the entirety of my deepwork block working on expanding the SMA program content.

And on my “recording day”, I’ll only record trainings and other material for my clients. Nothing else.

III. 100% focus, zero tolerance for ANY distractions.

If anything comes up that isn’t relevant for my task, I’ll write it down immediately and deal with it AFTER the session has ended.

IV. When I get exhausted, I will sit down somewhere else for 5 minutes and close my eyes, doing NOTHING AT ALL.

This will give my brain REAL rest, without breaking my flow.

Implement those 4 changes and everything will change for you.

-CONTRIBUTED BY Max Wesener

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How to Work Less Than 3 Hours Each Day And Get More Done Than Before

A few days ago, I made the commitment to ONLY do 2.5 hours of work every single day.

Which sounds like nothing, right?

But I’m talking about perfect deepwork, being 100% focused on one single task for those 150 minutes.

Before I made this change to my daily routine, I would aim at around 5–6 hours of deep-ish work.

I would often switch tasks, work on different parts of my business each day, and only find myself in true flow for short periods of time.

And the funny thing is that by making the list of changes we will discuss in a minute, I actually INCREASED how much I got done each day while REDUCING the amount of time I had to work.

And as a HUGE bonus, this shift made my work at least 50% more satisfying and enjoyable.

If that’s not a good deal, I have no idea what is.

Now, 99.9% of people are CRAZY inefficient with their work.

And I’m not talking about “yOu HaVe To WoRk MoRe AnD fAsTeR!”

I’m talking about cutting your work hours down by 75% and still getting more done than before.

Here are the changes I’ve made:

I. I only do ONE deepwork session a day, aiming at around 2.5 hours.

II. I only ALLOW one type of deepwork task per day — no exceptions.

I used to create my feed content, work on the program, record trainings for my clients, and do other random tasks every day.

But the decision to only do one type of task each day was HUGE.

On my “feed content day”, I will use the ENTIRE deepwork block to create and write my daily content.

On my “SMA program day”, I will spend the entirety of my deepwork block working on expanding the SMA program content.

And on my “recording day”, I’ll only record trainings and other material for my clients. Nothing else.

III. 100% focus, zero tolerance for ANY distractions.

If anything comes up that isn’t relevant for my task, I’ll write it down immediately and deal with it AFTER the session has ended.

IV. When I get exhausted, I will sit down somewhere else for 5 minutes and close my eyes, doing NOTHING AT ALL.

This will give my brain REAL rest, without breaking my flow.

Implement those 4 changes and everything will change for you.

-CONTRIBUTED BY Max Wesener

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