Being focused is kind of a superpower in a world where everyone around you are distracted.
You can get more done in less time and accelerate learning, which gives you instant relief for busyness, but most importantly: you’ll be able to experience life on a deeper level every moment.
So many of us feel like every month is just flying by, and our hazy minds are too distracted to register any of it. Do you still remember what you did in November? How about last week?
Research shows that we’re not engaged in the present moment for 47% of the time. That’s almost half our lives. The same study further showed that a wandering mind is not a happy mind. Not being present in the moment was the cause for unhappiness—not a consequence of it.
I combed through all the research I could find on becoming a more focused person, and am organizing the findings into an actionable course that I think will give instant results to anyone.
There’s a lot more to it than turning off your notifications (research actually suggests another way) and letting your mind rest (and what is proper rest, anyway?).
The strategies are based on the different types of distractions (there are three) and many of them will instantly help you become more focused on life happening around you. Some are habits that will slowly build up results, but even those give significant returns in a matter of weeks.
I’m launching the course on January 28, for $45.
If you want to pre-order the course, you can use the code FOCUS to get it now for -50%, meaning $22.50. The code can be used 100 times (so if it doesn’t work, it has been maxed out).
See the lessons and pre-order here: https://learn.focusandsimplicity.com/courses/become-a-focused-person
P.S. The purpose course is coming a little later. Improving focus was by far the most requested topic in the recent survey. Thank you again for taking the time to answer it.