Do you start projects but lack the determination and concentration to finish them?
Do you often find yourself hopping from task to task, and find it hard to stay on one project long enough to get it done on time?
Do you sometimes even find it hard to know what to focus on?
Not to forget the constant distractions that shake you off from your path.
– Those are exactly the things which I help people to overcome here. –
I created Bullet Focus to help people to work, study and experience life more focused. I believe that when you train your ability to focus – not only you get much more done – but you also develop a more powerful direction in life.
Then what are the methods you use to teach better focus?
- I look for the methods that the most successful, productive and resourceful people use, and dismantle them so that you can apply them directly to your life.
- I look for the research in – to mention a few – neuroscience, behavioral science, and psychology to deconstruct the research to a more pragmatic form you can use.
The write about the following topics:
- Various ways you can train your brain for better attention
- Exploring various foods or other substances for better focus
- Removing distractions
- Systems and techniques for stronger concentration
In summary. I am here to tell you everything there is to know about the ability to focus your mind, concentrate better and how to keep your attention solid despite all the distractions there may be.
With these abilities, you get more done with less time, you are able to enjoy what you do more, and most of all, you feel like you control your surroundings and not the other way around.
Who created Bullet Focus?
My name is Jarno Peuramäki, a 31-year-old guy from Finland. I’ve been curious about neuroscience, productivity, nutrition and psychology for a long time, and finally figured out that when you do research in these fields, there is a certain ability that keeps coming up — called focus.
Upon starting to research about focus I found out that not only the most successful people mark focus as one of their most essential abilities, but developing focus has major synergistic benefits to other areas in life.
Taking a look at other blogs in this field, they are either completely productivity oriented, neuroscience-oriented, and psychology and nutrition blogs are too broad to thoroughly research this topic.
So I decided to start a blog where I don’t limit my sources and research to a certain field, but explore all areas of expertise to figure out how you can increase your focus.
Are you an expert on this?
Not at all. In fact, I’m not a naturally focused person at all. I have to apply many of the techniques I can find to even keep myself focused. I see myself as a crash test dummy because I can instantly see if a diet or a habit will help me get more focused because I’m not a naturally productive, type A, aggressive guy with a need for accomplishments.
This is the reason why I think I can help you if you are like me, that is, you need a little nudge to keep you on the track.
Of course, things that will help me may not help you at all, but that’s the reason I am exploring this topic from a wide angle — to find a result that you can apply to your own life.
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