Continuing in the line of depth and focus, this book helped shape and give words to some of the harder parts of staying focused: distractions. Particularly ‘internal triggers’, as Nir calls them. The rest of the book felt a little repetitive to some of the prior content I’d read so I moved pretty quickly through those sections, but the internal triggers section was helpful and valuable. I’ll likely read that section again in the future.
Edit May ‘22: I need to read this again 😅