A 10-day path to ultimate concentrationDOWNLOAD THE BOOK
Five reasons for finding your focus
1. Feel calmer and more creative.
When you give your attention to just one activity at a time without distractions, you'll have more peace of mind, which improves your creativity.
2. Make progress on what's truly important.
Steve Jobs famously said that focus is about saying no to all the merely good things you could be working on to free attention for what's critical and exceptional.
3. Find flow frequently.
Once you know how to focus, flow arrives—a state in which time dissolves and we stretch ourselves to our limits to experience optimal performance.
4. Reduce stress and anxiety.
Improving focus means getting to know yourself better and learning how to tame your mind. Your path to ultimate concentration lets you deal with some inner demons along the way.
5. Shorten your workweek.
By increasing focus, you can invest the "profits" from your improved Return on Attention into a shorter workweek instead of taking on more work.
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"It's really to the point and snappy, so it's really easy to add it to my morning routine of starting up."
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"You covered a lot of good stuff… A few habits you shared that I want to reinforce are: 1) Dedicating mornings to the non-urgent important stuff…. 2) Eliminating things to do… 3) Doing two fully mindful things per day."
Change your life today with more focus
Improved concentration impacts your productivity and well-being.
There’s no better way to start making that change than with Find Your Focus.
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