15 hours: What separates high achievers

The difference between simply blending in or grinding out work and doing your best work is 15 hours.

15 hours to tune out distractions, focus, do deep work, innovate – and think.

That’s only about one-third of your work week. Block the time. Your team will understand. Encourage them to do the same. You’ll all be better for it.

For a deeper dive on why deep work is so important, check out How the Digital Workplace Broke Our Brains from the Plain English podcast.