Work today seems to be more to-do than done. More swirling around in the red alarm state of the next due date must be missing something or haven't replied to someone feeling than the supreme feeling of contentment from a flowing day of deep work. Deep work does not require a static environment, it is not necessary that having a clean desk and a clear to-do list results in deep work. Every task, every moment approached with a full sense of gratitude gives enough room for the habitual mind to experience life from the vantage point of the generous mind. From this vantage point, the reactive is less of an urge and flow the natural mode. So once a task has been chosen to be done, before the act of doing it, start by thanking this task, the person whom the task is related to and the action required to be done, that the action to be done fully cooperate with my intent to do it in one swooping sweep and also thank all the obstacles and distractions that exist as they are the fuel for my focus. Thanking by acknowledging both positive and negative forces I begin my task.