Productive Meditation


Meditating on a singular problem while being engaged in physical activity


“The goal of productive meditation is to take a period in which you’re occupied physically —but not mentally—walking, jogging, driving, showering—and focus your attention on a single well-defined professional problem. Depending on your profession, this problem might be outlining an article, writing a talk, making progress on a proof, or attempting to sharpen a business strategy” (170, Deep Work)


Deep Work by Cal Newport

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