Online Course for Productivity, Focus and Flow States Launches on Kickstarter

6-week course helps students get into flow states, increase productivity and improve focus

Los Angeles, United States - September 12, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

A new course, How to Get Ludicrous Productivity, will be launching on Kickstarter shortly . This Kickstarter productivity project shows students how to increase productivity through a counterintuitive approach to flow states. The course is available online and lasts six weeks.

The course is based on the instructor’s personal breakthrough in achieving focus and productivity. “Throughout my life, I struggled with getting things done,” explained David, who created the course and serves as its instructor. “I always had a hard time being able to focus. I tried all the planners and to-do lists—all the strategies out there. While these tools are beneficial, they didn’t help produce the consistent focus I needed.”

To achieve personal focus and productivity, David decided to delve more deeply into the issue, going down many layers. He discovered what he calls the First Order Principles of Focus. After three years of experimentation, of trial and error and hundreds of hours of research and implementation, the result is a course that takes an unorthodox approach to achieving maximum focus and productivity. It starts with looking at biology, health and the human body as an energy source. More specifically, it is using the state of "Ketosis" to achieve flow states.

This course offers a system for attaining peak or flow states. It provides what is essentially a blueprint to set up solid foundations for focus. Students will work with a guide to flow states for hyper productivity and focus. “Think of it as ‘shampooing the brain fog,’” David added. “Take this course and stay dangerously productive. Smash your goals and projects. We will reverse engineer flow states so you can find where they are for you.”

About David
David has been obsessively learning about personal development for more than a decade. He has read hundreds of books on the subject and shares his ideas and concepts through his online blog and course. His passion is reading, learning and sharing his insights with the world.

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Name: David
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Organization: Rebel LLC
Website: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rebeldavid/how-to-increase-productivity-improve-focus-flow-course

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