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Publisher's Summary

Skyrocket your productivity with this simple, proven mind hack!

Imagine having more free time to spend with your friends and loved ones. Imagine having the freedom to pursue things you're passionate about, whether it's gardening, hiking, reading, or restoring a classic car.

Amazon best-selling author Damon Zahariades takes you through a proven system that'll help you to master your attention, keep distractions at bay, and get more done in less time. The system he describes in Fast Focus has helped business owners, executives, athletes, students, and parents to triple their productivity, reduce their stress levels, and achieve more success in everything they do.

It can do the same for you.

Download Fast Focus to finally master your attention and ignore distractions!

In Fast Focus, you'll discover:

  • The 10 obstacles that are crippling your ability to concentrate
  • How to truly know whether you have a focus problem
  • The 11 workspace tweaks that'll help you reach a flow state
  • A simple workflow method that can double your productivity
  • How to use music to help you get into the zone (and the best type of music to use)
  • How to manage your email without letting it destroy your focus
  • How to avoid meetings that hobble your concentration
  • The one workflow method scientists claim increases productivity without fail
  • A surprising (and simple!) technique that'll instantly increase your focus
  • How to arrange your day to take maximum advantage of your fluctuating energy levels
  • How to stop others from interrupting you without hurting their feelings
  • How to leverage your brain's love for routine to achieve hyperfocus
  • How to evict your inner perfectionist and produce higher-quality work
  • Why caffeine is hurting your focus (and how to make it work for you!)
  • The 5 secrets to maintaining your focus at Starbucks

Grab your copy of Fast Focus today to finally master your focus, keep distractions at bay, and get more done in less time!

©2017 Damon Zahariades (P)2017 Damon Zahariades

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Great for beginners wanting to master their focus.

This is a great book for beginners wanting to master their focus and improve productivity. Look forward to listening to more of Damon's guides.

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  • A. Yoshida
  • 08-01-2018

Fundamentals for Focusing

The book is organized in a simple, logical structure. It is divided into three parts: understanding focus, creating an environment for focus, and employing tactics to focus. It is important to experiment and select the techniques that work for you. The common causes for a lack of focus are lack of interest, negative emotions, poor organization, low energy levels, and lack of control. The top 10 obstacles to staying focused are mental fatigue, restlessness (boredom or feeling of anxiety), stress, interruptions, lack of mental clarity, unresolved problems, poor planning, physical clutter, social media (unable to resist checking apps), and your smartphone (when it rings or vibrates).

Some elements to consider when creating an environment that will help you to fight distractions and concentrate:
1. Have sufficient lighting and take advantage of natural light
2. Minimize background noise that breaks your concentration (e.g., wearing headphones to listen to classical music or white noise to drown out conversations around you)
3. Be comfortable (e.g., fit of your clothes, height of chair and desk, and position of the monitor)
4. Ambient temperature (environment that is too warm or too cold temperature could affect productivity)
5. Air quality (get fresh air)
6. Scents that may improve mood - peppermint, cinnamon, pine, rosemary, basil, citrus, lavender, and cypress
7. Organize your workspace to allow you to focus on your work
8. Have a clock visible to track the time you allotted for tasks

There are 23 tactics that can help improve your focus, such as set a timer, have five daily tasks, exercise, capture ideas quickly, identify triggers that lead to distractions, commit to single tasks, batch process similar tasks, arrange calendar into time chunks, disconnect, meditate, and create routines.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-07-2017

Excellent

I loved this book and it was very helpful in getting me organized with my full time job and going to graduate school.

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  • Alex Hannig
  • 20-06-2017

Fast Focus

A very to the point approach to improve focus and reduce distractions. It was packed with a lot of information in a couple hours of listening

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  • Jacob M Jones
  • 07-03-2017

Good tips

Good overall tips. Great narration. Really enjoyed when the author stated what their preferred action was. I did learn new tips to old knowledge, like listening to classical music pieces in loops so as to not draw attention to the music. Probably has a Pavlovian response in your brain.

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  • Sharolyn
  • 02-09-2017

Great succinct tips!

I enjoyed listening to this, which had realistic tips to focus your attention productivity. I like the chips without theory, so this was perfect.

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  • Eddie Pognon
  • 23-05-2017

Gréât

Very good book. Great practical skills to incorporate in your focus technique. Focus is so powerful.

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  • Stephen Rebl
  • 11-05-2018

Maximum stretch

The ideas, philosophies, and suggestions in this book have the ability to provide one with a better sense to focus. However, I feel that the author took about 20 minutes worth of material and explanations and stretched it as far as they could.

I had a hard time focusing and listening to this book due to the fact that it always felt like the great solution and ideas were around the corner and there was always a tease. I will admit that I was unable to even make it through this book.

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  • Einar Aune
  • 24-12-2017

Superficial

This is just a collection of superficial, common sense strategies to avoid other things from distracting you. Other than barely mentioning meditation (Recommending mindfullness meditation), he doesn't really give any tips on how to develop focus. I also find the tips to be somewhat repetitive/monotone. Huge dissapointment, even though it is sold as a quick guide, it doesn't really help at all. It's not difficult to figure out the things in this book by yourself. What I personally need is the ability to focus at all - not just to remove distractions.

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  • colette
  • 29-08-2017

Clear, concise and short

This was very useful - it's just the facts of how to achieve good time management - no fluff.

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  • Maria D
  • 23-06-2017

It was great

easy to follow and sraight to the point.
narrator was clear and well understood. good

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  • Cosmin
  • 16-08-2017

Nice book !,

Is a helpful book , especially if you get easily distracted, contains information about how to increase your attention when you work .