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In a previous post, I talked about the application Concentrate and how it’s great at helping you interrupt the counter-productive habits you’ve formed. In today’s screencast, I show you how this works and how easy it is to get yourself up and running with the program.
I didn’t go through and rehearse anything on this one, and after I watched it, I recognized that there are easier ways to do get it set up. You’ll get a good primer on what Concentrate’s about along with my in-process commentary of what’s going on, but don’t take it as the most efficient way to set things up.
If you’re on a Mac and need some help focusing, you should definitely give Concentrate a try. It’s very reasonably priced at $29, and when you look at what one hour of your focused creative time is worth, it’s a no-brainer.