If you can't stay focused on the task at hand, it'g going to take a lot longer to get it done, and it just won't ever be your best work!
What if there was a tool you could use that would help you to achieve deep levels of concentration and focus while you work? And what if this very same tool could help give a better night's sleep, reduce anxiety, calm PTSD symptoms, and even help with ADHD?
I know, it sounds way too good to be true, right? Well, in this episode of Coach's Corner, my guest is the CEO of Brain.fm and we discuss the how and why of this amazing service to help you get more done in less time.
Yes, increased productivity is important and you can try Brain.fm for yourself to see just how quickly just listening to their scientifically proven music will cause your brain to focus deeply on whatever task you're doing!
About our Guest:
Daniel Clark is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO, Brain.fm, an innovative technology company that helps users be more productive through the use of functional music created by composers and artificial intelligence.
Daniel has been in love with technology- and its potential to positively impact the world- for as long as he can remember. From building websites when he was 13, starting a design and advertising business at 18 and driving $2MM in revenue for multinational brands as a director for a boutique ad agency, he has truly been at the forefront of how technology can exponentially grow successful businesses.
One of Brain.fm's first users, he called the company 12 times before they agreed to bring him in for an interview. When he did receive an offer, he jumped at it (even working for free for the first few weeks).
He eventually moved up to Head of Technology, and is now the CEO.
As CEO, Daniel is constantly striving to build a company that can not only change the world through music, but also be one of the best companies for people to work for and grow with.
Daniel has visited over 20 countries across five continents, with plans to set foot on all seven (including Antarctica).