Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World

Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World

One of the most valuable skills in our economy is becoming increasingly rare. If you master this skill, you'll achieve extraordinary results. Deep work is the ability to focus without distraction on a cognitively demanding task. It's a skill that allows you to quickly master complicated information and produce better results in less time. Deep work will make you better at w One of the most valuable skills in our economy is becoming increasingly rare. If you master this skill, you'll achiev...

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Title:Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World
Author:Cal Newport
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Genres:Nonfiction
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Number of Pages:296 pages pages

Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World Reviews

  • Kony
    Mar 02, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

  • Chris
    Feb 15, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

  • Sarah
    Feb 09, 2017

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

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    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

    Deep work is probably my favorite book I've read this year, and I can't recommend it enough. In the age of knowledge work, with so many things going on, the ability to do focus and do deep work is a precious asset to have. As Cal says: "Focus is the new IQ." We can all agree that there...

    Over the last years I have been on a quest to develop a more naturally flowing and productive way of life. The ability to focus, to prioritize and to rest is essential for someone who is engaged in an intellectually demanding job, has an unquenchable curiosity, and leans towards ambiti...

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    Deep Work is an incredibly well researched and insightful book. Cal Newport has upped his game as an author ? which is no small feat considering his past work has been phenomenal ? with this latest effort. The practical insights and thought that has gone into this book is well w...

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    I give the content a 4. Many good things to consider and shift. Many concepts I want to discuss and implement. Unfortunately, Newport only interviews men. It's so frustrating and the book loses value. It would have been so easy to interview some women about their deep work. Could hav...

  • Carol (Bookaria)
    Apr 04, 2019

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

    ????? ?? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ??? ? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???. ?? ??? ????? ?...

    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

  • Rachel Bayles
    Jan 06, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

  • Bill
    Oct 22, 2018

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

    ????? ?? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ??? ? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???. ?? ??? ????? ?...

    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

  • Philippe
    Nov 21, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

    ????? ?? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ??? ? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???. ?? ??? ????? ?...

    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

    Deep work is probably my favorite book I've read this year, and I can't recommend it enough. In the age of knowledge work, with so many things going on, the ability to do focus and do deep work is a precious asset to have. As Cal says: "Focus is the new IQ." We can all agree that there...

    Over the last years I have been on a quest to develop a more naturally flowing and productive way of life. The ability to focus, to prioritize and to rest is essential for someone who is engaged in an intellectually demanding job, has an unquenchable curiosity, and leans towards ambiti...

  • Eva P.
    Sep 08, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

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    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

  • Emma Sea
    May 27, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

  • Vance
    Dec 30, 2018

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

  • Paras Kapadia
    Apr 14, 2017

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

  • Scott
    Feb 26, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

  • Lara
    Jan 26, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

  • Mary-ellen
    Jul 15, 2018

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

  • Angela
    Nov 09, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

  • Saeed
    Dec 23, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

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    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

    Deep work is probably my favorite book I've read this year, and I can't recommend it enough. In the age of knowledge work, with so many things going on, the ability to do focus and do deep work is a precious asset to have. As Cal says: "Focus is the new IQ." We can all agree that there...

    Over the last years I have been on a quest to develop a more naturally flowing and productive way of life. The ability to focus, to prioritize and to rest is essential for someone who is engaged in an intellectually demanding job, has an unquenchable curiosity, and leans towards ambiti...

    ???? ??????? ????? ??? ?????? ???????????? ? ?????????????? ????. ????? ?????????? ??? ??, ?? ??????? "??????????" ? ?????????????? ???????? ?? ?????????? ...

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    Deep Work is an incredibly well researched and insightful book. Cal Newport has upped his game as an author ? which is no small feat considering his past work has been phenomenal ? with this latest effort. The practical insights and thought that has gone into this book is well w...

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  • Mike Vardy
    Jan 02, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

    ????? ?? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ??? ? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???. ?? ??? ????? ?...

    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

    Deep work is probably my favorite book I've read this year, and I can't recommend it enough. In the age of knowledge work, with so many things going on, the ability to do focus and do deep work is a precious asset to have. As Cal says: "Focus is the new IQ." We can all agree that there...

    Over the last years I have been on a quest to develop a more naturally flowing and productive way of life. The ability to focus, to prioritize and to rest is essential for someone who is engaged in an intellectually demanding job, has an unquenchable curiosity, and leans towards ambiti...

    ???? ??????? ????? ??? ?????? ???????????? ? ?????????????? ????. ????? ?????????? ??? ??, ?? ??????? "??????????" ? ?????????????? ???????? ?? ?????????? ...

    Hapishane ya?ant?lar?n? dinleyip okudu?um devrimci tutsaklar?n nas?l bir çal??ma disiplinine sahip oldu?unu bildi?imden, kitab?n özdisipline ili?kin söyledikleri o kadar da yeni ve ilginç gelmedi. Baz? noktalar? ayd?nlat?c? buldum: - Sosyal medya diye adland?...

    Deep Work is an incredibly well researched and insightful book. Cal Newport has upped his game as an author ? which is no small feat considering his past work has been phenomenal ? with this latest effort. The practical insights and thought that has gone into this book is well w...

  • Andrea
    Feb 22, 2017

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

  • Mario Tomic
    Oct 20, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

    ????? ?? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ??? ? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???. ?? ??? ????? ?...

    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

    Deep work is probably my favorite book I've read this year, and I can't recommend it enough. In the age of knowledge work, with so many things going on, the ability to do focus and do deep work is a precious asset to have. As Cal says: "Focus is the new IQ." We can all agree that there...

  • Mission Blue
    Aug 06, 2017

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

    ????? ?? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ??? ? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???. ?? ??? ????? ?...

  • Eren Buğlalılar
    Dec 24, 2017

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

    ????? ?? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ??? ? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???. ?? ??? ????? ?...

    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

    Deep work is probably my favorite book I've read this year, and I can't recommend it enough. In the age of knowledge work, with so many things going on, the ability to do focus and do deep work is a precious asset to have. As Cal says: "Focus is the new IQ." We can all agree that there...

    Over the last years I have been on a quest to develop a more naturally flowing and productive way of life. The ability to focus, to prioritize and to rest is essential for someone who is engaged in an intellectually demanding job, has an unquenchable curiosity, and leans towards ambiti...

    ???? ??????? ????? ??? ?????? ???????????? ? ?????????????? ????. ????? ?????????? ??? ??, ?? ??????? "??????????" ? ?????????????? ???????? ?? ?????????? ...

    Hapishane ya?ant?lar?n? dinleyip okudu?um devrimci tutsaklar?n nas?l bir çal??ma disiplinine sahip oldu?unu bildi?imden, kitab?n özdisipline ili?kin söyledikleri o kadar da yeni ve ilginç gelmedi. Baz? noktalar? ayd?nlat?c? buldum: - Sosyal medya diye adland?...

  • Manuel Antão
    Nov 25, 2018

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

  • Adam Zerner
    Dec 01, 2015

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

  • SR
    Jan 14, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

  • Holger Matthies
    Feb 28, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

  • Chris Porter
    Feb 03, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

  • Amir Tesla
    Jun 02, 2016

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

  • Carles Caño
    Jan 16, 2017

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

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    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

    Deep work is probably my favorite book I've read this year, and I can't recommend it enough. In the age of knowledge work, with so many things going on, the ability to do focus and do deep work is a precious asset to have. As Cal says: "Focus is the new IQ." We can all agree that there...

    Over the last years I have been on a quest to develop a more naturally flowing and productive way of life. The ability to focus, to prioritize and to rest is essential for someone who is engaged in an intellectually demanding job, has an unquenchable curiosity, and leans towards ambiti...

    ???? ??????? ????? ??? ?????? ???????????? ? ?????????????? ????. ????? ?????????? ??? ??, ?? ??????? "??????????" ? ?????????????? ???????? ?? ?????????? ...

    Hapishane ya?ant?lar?n? dinleyip okudu?um devrimci tutsaklar?n nas?l bir çal??ma disiplinine sahip oldu?unu bildi?imden, kitab?n özdisipline ili?kin söyledikleri o kadar da yeni ve ilginç gelmedi. Baz? noktalar? ayd?nlat?c? buldum: - Sosyal medya diye adland?...

    Deep Work is an incredibly well researched and insightful book. Cal Newport has upped his game as an author ? which is no small feat considering his past work has been phenomenal ? with this latest effort. The practical insights and thought that has gone into this book is well w...

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    I give the content a 4. Many good things to consider and shift. Many concepts I want to discuss and implement. Unfortunately, Newport only interviews men. It's so frustrating and the book loses value. It would have been so easy to interview some women about their deep work. Could hav...

    Si tengo que accionar un libro en 2017 se trata sin duda de "Deep Work" de Cal Newport. El subtítulo lo resume a la perfección: "Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World". Estamos yonkis perdidos con el puto smartphone, las redes sociales, WhatsApp, Telegram, el email.....

  • Анна Лисенко-Гурська
    Jan 22, 2019

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...

    Amazing, amazing. This book is going to drastically help me reach the optimum level of productivity I've been seeking. This marvelous book provides you with a great mindset, valuing deep work resulting in astonishing achievements. The deep work book is organized in two sections...

    If you're into stuff like this, you can read the full review. Dilettantes at Heart: "Deep Work" by Cal Newport D Work? E E P Hang on a second, I just need to head over to the RTP1 to check on the weather. The rain that was forecast ten minutes ago might not be comin...

    Many good pts, but barely any women and a single unneeded Trump reference ...

    A shallow, poor quality book about deep work. The central idea is about scheduling distraction free blocks of time to help you reach a state of flow with your work so you can achieve more. The useful content could be summed up in about 10 pages. The rest of it is mind-numbing padding. ...

    Say you were shoring up an ideology of service. Where besides abstract idealism would you draw from? Well, America's "me first" set has some very practical things figured out. Habits of mind that help them get "ahead" in the workplace. This book is a great example of the kinds of...

    The ability to focus is the new IQ. I heard that somewhere, from someone smart (or someone with a low IQ who was over compensating). I realised my ability to focus on one task had degraded horrendously since getting a new smartphone. Since December I've been enjoying this smooth ...

    Cal Newport provides insight from his experience, research, and lessons from others on how to get in the flow of your work to be the most productive. I read this after his first book ?So Good They Can?t Ignore You? and ?Deep Work? helped to build on the lessons in the first b...

    Background: Read this during the evenings while attending a scientific conference where I had to concentrate on lectures that I didn't understand 90% of, but still seemed fascinating. This is not a masterpiece, it's not even a self-help book. You would expect someone that advocates ...

    One of Newport's main building blocks here is the concept of ego depletion: that our willpower runs down the more we use it. More recent research has cast doubt on the original framing of ego depletion, but still it holds a deep sense of truthiness. Still, Newport's suggestions of ritu...

    ????? ?? ?? ???? ???? ?????? ?? ?? ??? ? ???? ??? ??? ?? ?? ???? ??? ??? ???. ?????? ??? ? ???? ???? ?? ?????????? ???? ?? ???? ????? ?? ???? ???. ?? ??? ????? ?...

    The ideas - as far as I read- were good. But the too many examples of white men that have used those ideas first and succeeded, plus the fact that the writer disregards other variables (like all kinds of privilege, economic status, personal preferences etc) made me lose interest to eve...

    Wholly convincing exploration of why focus is valuable, why it has become rare, and how to cultivate it. Worried that you're an Old Person in an employment sector overrun with Millenials like software tech? You won't be after reading this. The perfect complement to It Doesn't Have to b...

    In a world filled with constant distractions and interruptions, our ability to focus deeply and produce quality work has become affected. This book discusses the importance of deep focus and concentration in creating results at work. I value the author's ideas and found them helpful...

    Deep work is probably my favorite book I've read this year, and I can't recommend it enough. In the age of knowledge work, with so many things going on, the ability to do focus and do deep work is a precious asset to have. As Cal says: "Focus is the new IQ." We can all agree that there...

    Over the last years I have been on a quest to develop a more naturally flowing and productive way of life. The ability to focus, to prioritize and to rest is essential for someone who is engaged in an intellectually demanding job, has an unquenchable curiosity, and leans towards ambiti...

    ???? ??????? ????? ??? ?????? ???????????? ? ?????????????? ????. ????? ?????????? ??? ??, ?? ??????? "??????????" ? ?????????????? ???????? ?? ?????????? ...

  • Peter
    Aug 25, 2018

    Overview: the thesis is that deep work is both rare and valuable in todays world. That's about 1/3 of the book. The rest of the book is practical advice on how to pursue deep work. Part of me feels like a lot of what was said in the book is common sense. Particularly things that peo...

    If you do one thing to improve your life this year, subscribe to Dr. Newport's blog and start reading his books. I would suggest starting with "So Good They Can't Ignore You" and then read "Deep Work." They compliment each other. The first helps you sort out what you should be focusing...

    Worth reading. Helped me make some drastic changes in my schedule. I will post an update how these changes went after six months. What I learned: (spoiler alerts) 1. Figure out what is most valuable to your success. 2. Spend most of the time on it, mostly in the early hours of y...

    It is easy to lose yourself in shallow work - I'll agree with the author. Other than that, there is very little of value or substance in this book. You might want to review your excessive tweeting. You might stop using Facebook altogether. You might abandon email. The problem is tha...

    This had a lot of valuable ideas about the importance of deep work and how to do it. Most people are going to buy into this concept easily enough, but Cal did a nice job further arguing it with some examples, various research, and so on...but this book also felt like a very good 100-pa...

    File under - Shallow writing that should have been a blogpost at best. This book is mostly random commentary on other people's work and content. Almost nothing is original and no studies have been conducted by the author himself. The author's contribution is simply - this researcher...

    Ideal advice for folks whose top priority is to achieve elite levels of professional success by capitalistic metrics -- namely by jumping through golden hoops very swiftly. The author, for one, is a professor whose goals are to secure tenure, publish a ton of highly cited academic pape...

    OVERVIEW: Deep Work was a solid self-help/productivity book. Being a podcast junkie, I had heard the majority of things that Newport preaches in his book. However, I really appreciated his practical applications of how to enter into Deep Work, or 'the zone' as I call it. STORIES...

    Focus ?Deep Work is the professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limit. These efforts create new value, improve your skill, and are hard to replicate.? Cal Newport offers a very compelling argumen...