The Psychology of Focus and The Productivity System

Rob Sutcliffe, Let's design stuff

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27 Lessons (2h 44m)
    • 1. Intro

      3:31
    • 2. Distraction is for life

      2:28
    • 3. What is Focus?

      2:27
    • 4. Multitasking

      3:34
    • 5. Decision Fatigue

      4:22
    • 6. Burn Out

      4:15
    • 7. Introvert or Extrovert

      3:18
    • 8. Spiritual Energy

      3:30
    • 9. Physical Energy

      5:49
    • 10. Mental Energy

      3:01
    • 11. Emotional Energy

      5:18
    • 12. History of an Open Plan Office

      3:56
    • 13. Attention For Sale

      4:20
    • 14. Chat Tools

      6:17
    • 15. Analysis Paralysis

      6:38
    • 16. Social Media

      2:00
    • 17. Inflexitime

      2:02
    • 18. Values

      1:08
    • 19. Focus schedule

      10:32
    • 20. Prioritising

      17:04
    • 21. Reducing and Removing Social Media

      5:36
    • 22. Saying No!

      8:13
    • 23. Reframing

      12:09
    • 24. Delegating

      8:15
    • 25. Physical Energy

      8:49
    • 26. Mindfulness

      13:47
    • 27. Thank You

      11:29
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7 of 8 students recommend this class
This course is long course, but it is great to cover most of the distraction elements in working space