Focus. Fast. Five minutes is all it takes.
It’s a fact: You can improve focus and concentration in just five minutes a day. Five-Minute Focus shows you how with smart, mindfulness- and neuroscience-based exercises so you can flex your focus—like a muscle—and get more done every day.
Get 75 quick, easy, scientifically-proven tips and tricks you can use to tackle stress at home, at work, in relationships, and beyond. Five-Minute Focus can help you live a more meaningful life through developing creative passion and personal connection to who and what matters most. Five minutes a day is all it takes. Take a deep breath. Let’s get focused.
This daily exercise book includes:
- Focus fast—Discover what focus is, why it’s essential, and how to get focused fast—anytime, anywhere.
- Practice makes perfect—You’ll get guidance on setting a schedule to find focus through actionable solutions to help speed up your performance.
- Concentration-building solutions—Simple exercises like basic breathing techniques, meditation, and yoga can help build your concentration.
Sharpen your focus and boost your performance—in an instant—with Five-Minute Focus.
I chose to read this book after receiving a free copy from Callista Publisher’s Club. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.
I don’t read many self help books these days because they often repeat the same idea in many ways and include a lot of extraneous info just to make their idea long enough to make into a book (in my opinion). 5-Minute Focus doesn’t do that, but, unfortunately, it was still a self help book that doesn’t help me.
5-Minute Focus teaches how to keep yourself focused when performing any task. It is written well, and it gives 75 exercises to help you do that. It does incorporate some meditation and exercises and some of the tips within the exercises can be helpful, but I don’t need to prepare myself to be an alert driver. And I don’t care what I do, a boring meeting won’t be less boring with tips given by anyone.
Those who haven’t learned how to de-stress or to survive tedious or boring tasks will probably benefit from 5-Minute Focus. Fortunately, it’s something I learned long ago.