How to generate more brain power at work

10/3/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

When you're working on a project that requires deep thinking, set aside at least four hours for continuous concentration, clear your head by converting your thoughts into a list and identify three priorities on which to focus, David Rock writes. For problems that are too big for your conscious mind alone, you might need to step away for a bit and distract yourself so that your subconscious can go to work, he writes.

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