Music In The Zone Audio Streaming Focus & Productivity Tool Launched
Focus@Will, a new music streaming service for enhancing productivity and focus, has launched. It is backed by scientific research and proven to improve productivity and reduce distractions.
Bournemouth, United Kingdom – June 30, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —
A new scientifically optimized audio streaming service has been launched with a focus on helping creatives, professionals and entrepreneurs to improve focus. Based on proven science, the audio platform works in a unique way to boost productivity and help listeners to get more stuff done.
More information can be found at: http://Bulb.Today
The site explains that scientists have discovered that, depending on personality, there is a specific type of music that can put the brain into a “flow state” so that people can achieve higher levels of productivity.
A flow state is colloquially known as being in the zone, and allows writers, creatives, and professionals to unconsciously get more done with a heightened focus. This state can be triggered by the right music, which is something that Focus@Will can help with.
The service works by honing in on the type of person that the user is and presenting them with he music that is best suited to them. Listeners will be asked questions to determine the perfect music for them, and will then be given a scientifically engineered music channel that has been proven to 4x focus and optimize productivity.
In addition to this, users will be able to browse through the other available channels to find something suited to their unique tastes. This means that, through subscribing to Focus@Will, listeners can improve their focus and productivity in a big way.
Samples are available on the URL above, with categories including Electro Bach, Alpha Chill, UpTempo, Classical Plus, Focus Spa, Acoustical, Cafe Focus and more.
These channels are specially designed, which means they can’t be found anywhere else. Listeners can use the service to make better use of their time, reduce distractions, and ensure they are always in the best position to produce their most engaging and artistic work.
The site states: “Most people can only concentrate for a maximum of about 100 continuous minutes before needing to take a quick break to stretch, move about, maybe get a drink of water, and so on before they resume for another session. The Focus@Will system makes it faster and easier for you to concentrate – it brings you a focused flow state and then keeps you there.”
Full details can be found on the URL above.
Name: Bulb Today
Address: undefined, Bournemouth, England BH1, United Kingdom
For more information, please visit http://Bulb.Today
Release ID: 369848