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Taming the beast between your ears

Published on 2/4/2019
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As long as I can remember I’ve had the symptoms of attention deficit. When I was in HIgh School I was always the first one done with the test. My grades were good but I never finished half my homework.


When I got in business my tendencies manifested themselves with piles of papers and mountains of sticky notes. When I had the cash flow I had the good sense to hire people to “tidy up” after me but a few years ago, when the healthcare laws changed, my income dropped by 75 percent in 1 year and I had to fire my employees and get back to work “solo”.


Soon after, the paperwork got behind and started stacking up. 3 unfinished projects turned into 30 and then hundreds.


As cash flow improved I started outsourcing what I could but delegation comes with it’s own set of challenges. You have to put together systems for virtual employees and that takes focus too.


Somewhere along the way I stumbled across Focus@Will.


Focus@will is a new music service based on human neuroscience. It helps you focus, reduce distractions, maintain your productivity and retain information when working, studying, writing and reading.


The scientifically tested technology behind focus@will has been shown to alter brain activity toward a state that is more conducive to productivity.


Most people can only concentrate for a maximum of about 100 continuous minutes before needing to take a quick break to stretch, move about, maybe get a drink of water, and so on before they resume for another session.


Folks like me are grateful for 15 continuous minutes.


The focus@will system makes it faster and easier for you to concentrate – it brings you a focused flow state and then helps keep you there. It works for me.


How does it Work? Music has been used across cultures for thousands of years to put people’s minds in specific states: only recently have neuroscientists discovered that this effect is due to the broad impact of sound on neural circuitry across the brain – not just in the auditory cortex, but in all areas of the brain, including areas that are important for memory, analysis, and creativity.


If you like I’ll go into more specifics in a future post.


Don’t know if you relate to any of my experiences but if you do you owe it to yourself to try Focus@Will. You get 14 days risk free and if you decide to continue it’s $9.95 a month.

For me, I find that turning on and tuning out all the outside distractions makes me a lot more productive. I get more done in less time, complete more projects and leave less “undone”.


Get more done in 2019 - that’s my motto


Bill Bateman - like “Batman” with an “e” in the middle


PS - yes of course I am an affiliate and if you become a customer I’ll get an affiliate commission.

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