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Прямой зависимости между количеством рабочих часов и результатом нет. Зато есть обратная.

Осознанная практика – это требующая усилий активность, которую можно поддерживать лишь ограниченное время в течение дня. Чтобы преуспеть, подчеркивали психологи, следует «избегать переутомления» и заниматься то количество времени, после которого вы сможете полностью восстановить силы в конце дня и недели. Другими словами, если практики слишком мало, вам не достичь успеха мирового уровня, но если ее слишком много, возрастает вероятность травмы, «перегорания» или умственного истощения.''

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From my day-to-day work, I’ve learned that setting measurable metrics and goals is something important and useful to guide yourself towards achieving an objective. Having regular check-ins with yourself on your goals and keeping yourself accountable (either by your own records or via a feedback loop from other people such as your team members) helps immensely, not only to make sure you are on track towards what you originally set, but also to see if those goals you first initially set make sense, or if they need to be tuned, because of a realization of a more sensible metric to measure against, a change in situation, or even a change in overall vision or mission. This is why the concept of a Sprint in Scrum is so helpful — the idea that you break down a problem into smaller sub-problems, and then you solve each of those sub-problems individually to completion within a time-box, learning from each of the individual sub-problems about how to approach the next sub-problem better. https://medium.com/@ysjwang/scrum-for-my-personal-life-and-the-power-of-setting-goals-3430f81630a4

  1. Wake up at least 1 hour before you have to be at a computer screen. E-mail is the mind killer.
  2. Make a cup of tea (I like pu-erh) and sit down with a pen/pencil and paper.
  3. Write down the 3-5 things — and no more — that are making you most anxious or uncomfortable. They’re often things that have been punted from one day’s to-do list to the next, to the next, to the next, and so on. Most important usually = most uncomfortable, with some chance of rejection or conflict.
  4. For each item, ask yourself:

– “If this were the only thing I accomplished today, would I be satisfied with my day?”
– “Will moving this forward make all the other to-do’s unimportant or easier to knock off later?”

  1. Look only at the items you’ve answered “yes” to for at least one of these questions.
  2. Block out at 2-3 hours to focus on ONE of them for today. Let the rest of the urgent but less important stuff slide. It will still be there tomorrow.
  3. TO BE CLEAR: Block out at 2-3 HOURS to focus on ONE of them for today. This is ONE BLOCK OF TIME. Cobbling together 10 minutes here and there to add up to 120 minutes does not work.
  4. If you get distracted or start procrastinating, don’t freak out and downward spiral; just gently come back to your ONE to-do.