The Science of Powerful Focus: 23 Methods for More Productivity, More Discipline, Less Procrastination, and Less Stress

The Science of Powerful Focus: 23 Methods for More Productivity, More Discipline, Less Procrastination, and Less Stress Book Details

By Peter Hollins

  • Category: Psychology, Books, Health, Mind & Body
  • Type: ebook
  • Release Date: 2020-04-09
  • Author: Peter Hollins
  • Book Ratings: 5/5 (5 User Reviews)
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The Science of Powerful Focus: 23 Methods for More Productivity, More Discipline, Less Procrastination, and Less Stress Summary

Overhaul your approach to concentration and productivity using strategic, science-proven methods to save hours a day and achieve twice as much.

Your current focus and productivity tactics might be “adequate.” But they will never be great or reach their potential if you don’t understand how your psychology and physiology work together to affect your focus.

Short circuit your brain into instant focus.

The Science of Powerful Focus looks at focus in a revolutionary new way, and sheds light on studies both new and old that lead to the path of massive productivity and conquering of goals. It is a holistic view of how focus can be tackled from every angle of a person’s life.

Other books will tell you to simply ditch your phone, stop multi-tasking, and sleep more. Is that really helpful information, or is it just common sense? Here, even the concept of focus is re-defined, and you will learn a plethora of actionable ways to integrate science into your daily life.

Clear your mind, sit, and grind.

Peter Hollins has studied psychology and peak human performance for over a dozen years and is a bestselling author. He has worked with dozens of individuals to unlock their potential and path towards success. His writing draws on his academic, coaching, and research experience.

Defeat distractions and get “into the zone” on command.

•Master the foundations of discipline and willpower.
•Set goals that inevitable.
•The biological basis behind procrastination.
•Managing energy, your circadian rhythm, and nature’s schedule.

Stop procrastinating and do more in half the time.

•How to effectively “singletask.”
•How to prime your mental engine.
•To-do lists, priority lists, don’t do lists, and all you need to keep you accountable and on track.

Master your focus, master your life.

Focus is the most important of real life skills - the ability to accomplish what you want and get things done. A life without focus is a life defined by settling for “good enough.” A life with focus is defined by less stress, more success, greater achievements, more money, more goals checked off, and a higher life trajectory.

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