Stress? Distraction? Worry?
Take Charge in ’12-Days’!
Stanford Study: COVID-19’s mental toll on teenagers
“ … executive functioning in our brain plays a key role in protecting against risk factors that worsen symptoms of depression and anxiety during stressful, uncertain times… These results are very relevant for teenagers, as well as people of all ages, in this era of COVID-19.”
Rajpreet Chahal, Stanford Department of Psychology author of the cited study, published in the journal Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging. Stanford News, September 2020
The Problem of Distraction
is solved with the ’12-Days to Better Focus’ Tools!
Learn How to Focus
Learning how to focus your mind-brain is the remedy to the pain of stress and anxiety!
The 5 Steps to Better Focus in 12 Days
Step 1 – Minute Plan
Experience the ordered series of MinutePlan focus techniques, one or 2 per day designed to take a minute or less.
Step 2 – Give a Rating
Test each technique over a 24hr period. Rate its effectiveness.
Step 3 – Daily Focus Practice
You take your best techniques to construct a personalized “Daily Focus Practice”.
Step 4 – Implement
Your Daily Focus Practice is implemented for 14 days and then, evaluated.
Step 5 – Support
Daily support with inspirational text messages, emails and fun bonus lessons.
What is Focus?
Focus is a set of brain functions. It is defined as a concentrated interest on an attraction or activity, whether physical-sensory, emotional-mental or as thinking and/or conscious-awareness…. Read More
3. How does The BrainFocus Skill Set counter Stress, Distraction and Worry?
BrainFocus is designed so that participants can experience first-hand, how quick and easy it is to focus in-the-moment (on-the-go) using certain techniques, that is when they have the tools. They learn how to recognize their own habits of distraction and stress triggers & then …
4. Who can learn the skill set of Focus?
It is a broad range of techniques and strategies that are experienced in the course, many of which take a minute or less to implement to improve mental states. Then…
Stress and Distraction reductions with Adaptability and Focus improvements.
Who is BrainFocus?
David Hesketh, MSc (Neuro-Medical Science & Education)
“Hippocampus?!? Wow! What does that do?”
– The thought David had when he was introduced to his first brain area by lecturer Prof. Weinstein.
– The sound of the garbage can lid when David threw out his med school application after deciding teaching would be his career.
“I’ve had a rich professional experience spanning 4 continents over 30 years, the fruits of which I share with my students. I love young people: the fertility of their minds, the challenge to awaken them and have them awaken me with new thoughts and ideas. I experience great joy in this! Inspiring them to make a meaningful and purposeful contribution to our globe is what drives me to show up and to show them that it all begins in their brains, their minds, the control and power of which is theirs to take! Empowerment through the experiential is my method.”
David is a former school administrator and classroom specialist in Biology and Chemistry, Laboratory Science, Math and French with youngsters from pubescence to University.
Who we have helped!
Worked with some of top brands across the globe.
– 100% Recommendation rate from participants! –
Everyone (in the company) should do this course!
David had a natural talent in bringing joy to the learning environment. He was also able to bring structure and routine to a class that students would thrive in.
I loved BrainFocus! It was fun and can see the positive changes already! I don’t feel stressed anymore and if I do, I use one of the techniques to change my mind. It’s more about your inner power.
When preparing for my math test I became very stressed. I closed my books did (the exercises) and then carried on. I found that I was much calmer and that I could focus on the work. I used (the tools) before the exam I was in a calm, focused mood.
My son has thoroughly enjoyed and benefited from it to date. Thank you very much!
One of your students had bit of a meltdown in his English exam yesterday and promptly reminded himself of your exercises. He says he was so grateful, as he managed to complete and enjoy the rest of the exam.
I have been using various (exercises) and my marks in my class tests have improved.
My son did your course almost 10 years ago. He still uses the techniques and says it is key to his success as a lawyer and as a person.