Cal Newport talks about starting with discipline in Episode 256 of the Deep Questions podcast.
In Cal’s new “deep life stack” the first layer toward finding more meaning is to develop discipline. Why does this come first? In this episode, Cal dives deeper into the importance of starting with discipline.
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0:00 Cal’s intro
4:35 Today’s Deep Question
22:40 Cal talks about Henson Shaving and ZocDoc
26:32 How do I stop falling off the productivity wagon?
32:23 How do I cultivate more consistent discipline?
41:20 How do I convince myself to follow through on demanding projects?
54:30 What’s the problem with studying for 10 hours a day?
1:04:22 Cal talks about LMNT and My Body Tutor
1:07:37 Something Interesting, Harrison Ford’s Slow Productivity
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About Cal Newport:
Cal Newport is a computer science professor at Georgetown University. In addition to his academic research, he writes about the intersection of digital technology and culture. Cal’s particularly interested in our struggle to deploy these tools in ways that support instead of subvert the things we care about in both our personal and professional lives.
Cal is a New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including, most recently, A World Without Email, Digital Minimalism, and Deep Work. He’s also the creator of The Time-Block Planner.
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