Cal Newport - Exclusive webinar on how he does Deep work [1 MP4]
English | Size: 1.10 GB (1,176,055,542 bytes)
Category: Self Improvement
I'm committed to the idea that deep work is the key to a successful and meaningful professional life. Not surprisingly, I back up this commitment with a complex set of battle-tested systems that ensure I spend a non-trivial amount of time in a state of intense depth each week.
A Look Inside My Systems
At the moment, due to these systems, I average between 15 - 20 hours of deep work per week. I manage this even though I'm professor with a full course and service load, an active blogger and writer, a father of two young boys, and someone who rarely works in the evening.
Now I want to let (some of) you inside my world and explain exactly how I make this happen.
In more detail, I'm going to host an exclusive, invite-only webinar on Sunday, January 3rd where I will walk through the details of my deep work systems and answer any and all questions on this general topic from the webinar attendees.
Here's the catch: invitations to the webinar will be limited to people who pre-order my new book DEEP WORK, which will be released on January 5th.
Who is Cal Newport ?
Cal Newport is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University, who specializes in the theory of distributed algorithms. He previously earned his Ph.D. from MIT in 2009 and graduated from Dartmouth College in 2004.
In addition to his academic work, Newport is a writer who focuses on contrarian, evidence-based advice for building a successful and fulfilling life in school and after graduation.
His most recent book, So Good They Can't Ignore You (Grand Central, 2012), argues that "follow your passion" is bad advice. Since its publication, it has been selected for several best business books of the year lists, including those by Inc. Magazine, The Globe and Mail, and 800-CEO-Read. Newport's New York Times op-ed on the book became the paper's most e-mailed article for over a week.
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Technical info about the video
Size: ~1.16 gb
Resolution: 720p (720x480)
Video: H264 Mpeg 10
Audio: AC3, 192 kb/s
Frame rate: 29 frames
This is full recording, so rewind to skip the waiting and intro. (it should be around 20-th minute)
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