What does creativity need in order to thrive? The short answer from today’s guest is the two-pronged approach of deep focus and monotasking, but don’t worry, there’s a lot more that goes into the actual practice of each. Jake Kahana is a designer, entrepreneur, and cofounder of Caveday, “a company founded to maximize productivity for individuals and corporations through facilitated deep focus sessions and deep work training.” In this interview, Jake shares about his growing interest in the dynamics of human interaction, creative exploration, and emotional intelligence. He also shares about how Caveday works and how deep focus, accountability, and structured breaks actually increase productivity.

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