Something different for you today, but if you are a student, or work on any kind of projects, this will be of interest. Zach Browman, (formerly of Social Fluency) has just released a productivity course called “Find Your Focus” to help folks focus in on their business/school work and “get her done”…
So this is NOT a PUA book, but nonetheless I thought I’d do a review since I liked Zach’s other program High Status Humor. In case you missed that one, it was a home training course that taught guys how to be funny in an attractive, high status way to attract women.
But Zach has never been a real PUA per se. His former company (I think he left it?) Social Fluency does teach dating and attraction skills, but they also teach business skills and other sorts of business and networking skills as well, so his work has always had sort of a holistic, broad spectrum vibe to it.
Anyhow, about Find Your Focus…
I was interested in checking out Find Your Focus because I am something of a “internet entrepreneur” and I definitely have a hard time focusing at the work at hand. Really, this is a problem for me and always has been… Sure I post these blogposts fairly regularly, but this PUA book review site is really just about having fun for me. The real cha-ching comes from other projects I am involved in. So I was a perfect candidate for Zach’s program.
The program is delivered the same as High Status Humor and most of these other high end home training courses, via a membership site. (Although there is no monthly fee, just the one or in this case two payments) So after you put your payment through you get a user-name and password and then you get to log in and access the content which consists of video training modules and PDF manuals.
Overall, I would say that I was really satisfied with the course, it was well made and Zach’s instruction skills are above average.
What You Learn In Find Your Focus:
The program starts with Zach talking about his own battle with procrastination and lack of focus, and it was crazy because I totally related to everything that he was saying. It is reassuring to hear that so many people have this very same struggle.
Then Zach explains WHY we have so much trouble with procrastination and presents a very clear cut and actionable plan for combating procrastination. This stuff is probably NOT brand new cutting edge research, but that wasn’t really what I was looking for here. I have actually been looking for something exactly like this… A plan and a system that I can stick to and follow.
You see, I personally don’t comer from a business background, and my organizational skills are pathetic. So a lot of times I just have no idea where my various internet businesses are heading… And if you have ever looked at most training courses for business people, these things are NOT cheap – way more than a guide to success with women, I’m talking thousands.
And that is not in the budget :) So, Find Your Focus is a pretty tremendous value by comparison.
I wish I could tell you that I am now an amazingly organized focused man, but unfortunately that is not the case :( I am still lacking focus.
However, I cannot place the blame on this program as I think that it really does provide a great deal of excellent information. The fact is that my “non-focusing habits” have taken me 30+ years to develop, so it is unrealistic to expect that I would become some sort of hyper focused productivity machine overnight.
The truth is that I haven’t done that great a job following the program (I have trouble focusing on it… how ironic is that!). I have however seen a marked improvement and that has inspired me to keep on re-watching the program to further ingrain these concepts into my head. I am optimistic that if I keep striving to follow the program that my focusing abilities will continue to improve to the place where I want them to be.
So if you have trouble focusing on your work, whether it’s school work, your own business, or even work from a job, i would advise you to try out this program. If you actually follow through and do what Zach tells you to do you will assured be much more focused and productive. You’ve just got to actually do it!