Distraction Mastery is the most effective and powerful course on quickly mastering your attention. In under 10 minutes a day, you’ll learn a proven, powerful framework for killing distractions and developing unshakable focus, based on proven research and experience.
When you take the course, you will…
In simple terms, this course will show you how to eliminate distractions and get more out of your time. If you’re dreaming of being able to sit down, immediately snap in to the zone, and stay focused without getting distracted- this is for you.
Distraction Mastery shows you the best way to kill distractions and build stronger focus in a clear, simple format.
I’m Srinivas Rao, host of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast and author of Unmistakable: Why Only is Better Than Best and An Audience Of One: Reclaiming Creativity for Its Own Sake.
Distraction is something I’ve struggled with for my entire life. My inability to focus and constantly wandering attention caused me many problems in both my personal and professional life. Through my 20's, I got terrible grades in college and got fired from most of my jobs. My relationships weren't much better. At 28, I was officially diagnosed with ADHD.
If I didn’t master my ability to deal with distraction and get focused, I would always be operating at a significant disadvantage.
I didn't want to waste away weeks, months, years of my life, jumping from job to job, project to project. I wanted clarity and focus to create a meaningful body of work- something I could build a meaningful career on.
Over the last ten years, I’ve had hundreds of conversations with neuroscientists, psychologists, and people who do creative work for a living. I've read 100’s of books on habit formation, productivity, and neuroscience. As a result, I’ve not only learned to manage my attention but used the ideas in this course to develop a daily writing habit, write three books, 100’s of articles and built a career as an author and speaker. What I'm about to share with you in this course is the result of my last decade of research and experience.
The first time I taught these strategies in a class, I found that most people didn’t care about being writers, or even travelling that much. Those were my dreams- but the audience had dreams of their own.
They all feared the regret of a life unlived.
A week, month, or year spent living the same work day over and over again, blending together with no end in sight. If they weren't careful, each of those want's could easily turn into regret.
It's not difficult to imagine their lives if nothing changed.
The fears were understandable. This was precious time they were never going to get back. There are no re-dos.
I was very familiar with that sinking feeling of dread in the pit of my stomach that comes with knowing I'm in control of my time. It was a dark place to be. I felt trapped, and was convinced I wouldn't be able to change.
But despite how painful it seemed at the time, the actual process of regaining control wasn't nearly as difficult as I made it out to be in my head.
Of all the strategies I shared with that class, every problem above could be fixed by learning to master what they paid attention to. It meant eliminating low value distractions, and learning to focus on the right things.
Some were happy to learn. Others thought it was too good to be true. And I don’t blame them- if your history with time management isn’t great, you have every reason to be skeptical.
The most frustrating objections I heard about learning manage attention were people thinking it meant being more disciplined, using more willpower, and giving up more fun.
This couldn’t be further from the truth.
You don’t need to give up social media. You don’t need to give up Netflix. And you definitely don’t need to have more discipline and willpower.
Attention management is about balance.
I get more done now than ever before, but have to use less discipline. I can mindlessly swipe Instagram for an hour if I want, or watch another lizard people documentary with a glass of wine after dinner, if that’s what makes me happy. And don’t get me started on video games. Of course, this change doesn’t happen overnight, but it’s not a difficult process.
When Kingshuk, our growth strategist, spent a week over at my apartment, he observed my work schedule and said
“Holy crap, you could literally do nothing but surf and play videogames after 1pm and it wouldn’t impact your current standard of living at all.”
The Changes Aren't Subtle
After sharing a few attention management strategies with him, Kingshuk made tweaks over the following months. He freed up enough time to start training Jiu Jitsu for 2 hours every night, read more, and start a side business.
In my case, I use the strategies in this course to consistently finish my workday by 1 pm while still producing articles, podcasts, and books that allow me to live on my terms. I surf almost daily. I take week long snowboarding trips, and a week or two off every quarter. That’s exactly the kind of flexibility I dreamed of having for most of my 20’s. What do you dream of doing with your time?
I’m only sharing this to drive home the point that I am not a special snowflake.
These strategies are completely repeatable. You can do this too.
How would you like to wake up and face the day, knowing you have control over your time?
That you have more options and flexibility than you did yesterday, and will have even more tomorrow?
Attention management isn't about adding more willpower and discipline. It's about creating more freedom to do what's important to you.
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I am confident that you'll be happy with the course. I’ve had many clients and students take my courses or work with me, and they almost never ask for a refund.
But if you’re not pleased with your purchase, I think you should definitely get your money back. That’s why the course comes with a full 30 day 100% money back guarantee- starting from the day of purchase. Take the entire course, and if you’re not satisfied for any reason, just let me know in the first 30 days- it’s as simple as that.
Want some numbers you can trust? Last year, 53 people took my flagship course and only 2 people asked for refunds. Both refunds were processed within 24 hours.