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Make Time How to Focus on What Matters Every Day

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Make time how to focus on what matters every day A simple 4-step system to improve focus, find more fun in your work, and get more of each day. The book will rearrange your life system, and you will have great fun reading it.

This is a book (Make Time How to Focus on What Matters Every Day pdf) about slowing down the crazy rush. It’s about making time for things that matter. We believe it’s possible to feel less busy, be less distracted, and enjoy the present moment more. Maybe that sounds a little hippy-dippy, but we’re serious.

Make Time is not about productivity. It’s not about getting more done, finishing your to-dos faster, or outsourcing your life. Instead, it’s a framework designed to help you actually create more time in your day for the things you care about, whether that’s spending time with your family, learning a language, starting a side business, volunteering, writing a novel, or mastering Mario Kart. Whatever you want time for, we think Make Time can help you get it. Moment by moment and day by day, you can make your life your own.

make time by jake knapp and john zeratsky cover

Make Time How to Focus on What Matters Every Day
Make Time How to Focus on What Matters Every Day

We want to start by talking about why life is so busy and chaotic these days. And why, if you feel constantly stressed and distracted, it’s probably not your fault.

We want to start by talking about why life is so busy and chaotic these days. And why, if you feel constantly stressed and distracted, it’s probably not your fault.

The second force competing for your time is what we call the Infinity Pools. Infinity Pools are apps and other sources of endlessly replenishing content. If you can pull to refresh, it’s an Infinity Pool. If it streams, it’s an Infinity Pool. This always-available, always-new entertainment is your reward for the exhaustion of constant busyness.

The book is a tool to make up break up. But is constant busyness really mandatory? Is endless distraction
really a reward? Or are we all just stuck on autopilot?

Book info

Book Title: Make Time How to Focus on What Matters Every Day
Author: Jake Knapp – John Zeratsky
Category: Parenting – Childen’s Books
Language: English
Pages: Pages

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