How to easily use your computer to help inspire, motivate & focus you - creating a dynamic, digital visionboard

 

Hi there, we've just created another video tip for you which we are certain can make a positive difference to your happiness, motivation & focus.

In the next few minutes you’ll learn how you can work-smart & turn your computer / laptop into a tool which:

- inspires you
- motivates you
- keeps you focused on those things which are important to you
- helps you attract more of the good stuff that you want in your life

Basically it's how to turn your computer into a dynamic & virtual vision-board which displays inspiring images you have pre-selected.

You may be asking ‘So what? / Why should I do this?'

To which we'd say give it a try, because:
 
- It’s very easily created
- It’s a simple & powerful technique
- It’s a smart & effective use of the time you’re around your computer (which possibly equates to tens of hours per week)
- Once you’ve set it up it’s totally effortless
- It focuses both the conscious & subconscious...

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13 Tips To Conquer Distractions & Get More Done - A 1 minute video summary

 

Hi there,

What's the one thing we all have equal in any given day?

What's the one thing we hate people disrespecting or wasting?

The answer (of course) is TIME.

 

Each one of us gets 24 hours in any given day and what we do with it determines our ultimate happiness & outcome in life!

 

Is it fair to suggest that most of us would like to work smarter (not harder) to free up more of this precious resource to spend it exactly how we wish, with the people, passions & projects we most care about?

Would you like 13 quick tips summarised in a 1.5 minute video?

If so, watch the short video above where we've distilled the key takeouts from an hour long episode (#306) of Shawn Stevenson's excellent 'Model Health Show' (rated as the number one Health podcast on iTunes).

Reclaim your time!



13 Tips to Conquer Distractions & Get More Done - A Quick Summary

1. Switch off notifications across devices - the average person checks their phone 150 times per day. How much of that...

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