In my previous post “Get a Task Done in 5 Simple Steps” I mentioned through listening to music I get to focus on my work and finish it on time. That remains true and is more effective using Focus@Will.
Focus@Will is a neuroscience based music service which helps its listeners to focus, reduce distractions and retain information when reading, writing, studying and even when working. The tracks were developed in cooperation with neuroscientists Dr. Evian Gordon, Dr. Stephen Sideoff and Dr. Ned Hallowell.
Unlike the music or songs I used to listen before, instrumental music at Focus@Will gives me a relaxing feeling, a calm heart and a steady emotion. It simply clears my thoughts, thus, I can focus longer and become more productive.
At Focus@Will, you will be able to access a library with several instrumental music to choose from. These include classical, focus spa, alpha chill, etc. These tracks were developed for focus enhancement.
You also have the option to adjust its music energy level or intensity from low, medium to high, depending on what is compatible with you, what leads you to concentrate. You can just explore around, mix and match the music and intensity to find out what works with you, what keep you most focused and productive.
Personally, I love the Acoustical and Cinematic. Keeping both the volume and the intensity at a low level, this brings me to a higher level of concentration. Though I must warn you, what works for me may not work for you and to other people. You might find some of the music to be destructive especially when the intensity is high, so you really have to experiment to find out which sounds help you to concentrate.
Moreover, Focus@Will has the skip and timer button. You can use the skip button if the music playing is distracting you. The timer is very useful during busy days and you want to finish a task for a certain time. Just like when I write an article and I only have an hour to write, I use this timer to keep me on track of my time. The timer can be set only up to 120mins or 2hrs, just enough for short activities.
Productivity tracker is also available in Focus@Will. I haven’t used it since I have different activities, but it pops up when you stop the music anytime after the 25 minutes play. You get to personally rate your productivity during the session you had.
Furthermore, at first, I thought it’s only going to be useful when I’m at the office with my personal computer or at home with my laptop. Surprisingly, it’s also available in the play store, so I downloaded it right away to my android phone! In fact, I’m using it now while writing this post, staying tuned to Acoustical.
Focus@Will is also available in IOS. So, you can use it in almost all the gadgets you have. What I did was I signed up first using my laptop. When I’m at work I play it in the desktop. When I’m at home or at a shop I play it using my phone. You can also play it in your tablet using the same email address and password. It is very accessible.
Normally, I would finish writing a single post in several sitting. I mean literally several like it would take me almost a week to finish one, because I easily get destructed by everything which surrounds me, especially by my phone. But with this article, I’m pretty sure I’ll finish it today. The Lilikoi Pie by Jim Kimo West (under Acoustical) just make me feel so on the go to work.
May you be a student, a blogger/writer, a teacher, a lawyer, a corporate executive or an ordinary employee like me working from 3:00 pm to 12:00 midnight from Mondays to Fridays, Focus@Will will definitely help you become more productive by boosting your concentration.
Should you wish to become more productive, access now Focus@Will here.
One last tip, I let the music play even before I start working. This simply turns me on to working mood.
Have you tried using Focus@Will? Share us your experience.
And, I’m done writing! Thanks, Focus@Will!