Master Focus Ritual
The Master Focus Ritual is a daily ritual, based on the latest neuroscience to build unwavering focus, stop procrastinating for good and accomplish more in one day than most do in a month.
Pairing this ritual with our Master Focus 100% Herbal Nootropic, you can anchor in powerful habits that allow you to get more done in one day than most do in a month.
You can make meaningful progress everyday with this focus-enhancing protocol so your brain knows EXACTLY what to do with the extra energy, motivation, concentration and memory that Master Focus provides.
Here is the overview:
Setting a clear goal primes your subconscious mind to start working toward it, even before you consciously begin. This is because the brain's reticular activating system (RAS) filters out irrelevant information and focuses on what you've decided is important.
As a result, your brain is more likely to notice opportunities and information that are relevant to your goal, increasing your chances of success.
You can perform this step the night before starting the work or the morning of as you are planning your day.
Eliminating distractions is essential for achieving deep focus. Distractions can activate the brain's stress response, which floods the brain with too much cortisol and reduces its ability to focus.
By muting notifications and removing other distractions from sight, you reduce the likelihood of interruptions and increase your ability to concentrate. Additionally, curating your workspace and making sure you have everything you need for the task at hand primes your brain to focus on the task and increases your efficiency.
If you can, Set the Tools the day before so when you get to your workspace, you can jump right into the mission.
Taking Master Focus, a 100% herbal nootropic, can induce neurogenesis and support neurochemical production, improving your brain's ability to focus and retain information.
For example, the active ingredients in Master Focus, such as Bacopa monnieri and Ginkgo biloba, have been shown to improve memory, learning, and cognitive function by increasing blood flow to the brain and stimulating the growth of new neurons. By taking Master Focus, you're providing your brain with the nutrients it needs to function at its best.
You can take your supplements at any time during the day, but we recommend taking with 5 minutes before or after a meal earlier in the day and keeping it consistent.
Remember that results compound - the more you feed your brain, the better the results over time.
Before we start the session, we use a trigger. Why?
Pavlovian conditioning is the process by which the brain learns to associate a stimulus (the trigger) with a specific response (the behavior).
By using a trigger to signal to your brain that it's time to work, you're conditioning yourself to enter a focused state more easily. This is because your brain learns to associate the trigger with the desired behavior, which reduces the amount of conscious effort needed to get started.
Using the five senses to create a trigger also engages different parts of the brain, making it easier to focus.
Here's what's important: pick something and keep it consistent day-to-day. It can be as simple as taking 3 deep, conscious breaths or putting on a pair of headphones.
The magic of focus begins.
Starting a timer and working without stoppages until the timer goes off is an effective way to achieve a state of flow.
Flow is a state of deep concentration where you're completely absorbed in the task at hand, and time seems to fly by. It's a highly productive state that can be difficult to achieve without the right conditions.
By starting with a shorter time interval and gradually increasing it over time, you're building your ability to enter a state of flow, which can greatly increase your productivity.
Taking regular breaks is essential for maintaining sustainable focus. The brain's attentional resources are limited, and sustained attention can lead to fatigue and reduced performance.
By taking a break and engaging in a different activity, such as walking or meditating, you allow your brain to rest and replenish its resources. This can help prevent burnout and improve your ability to sustain focus over longer periods.
On the other hand, activities like scrolling through social media or watching TV can be counterproductive, as they can stimulate the brain in a way that interferes with focus and attention.