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Jurgen Wolff's Great FOCUS,
This review is from: Focus: The Power of Targeted Thinking (Paperback)
As a producer I often lose a lot of time on the business (and often, arduous) side of filmmaking. So far then I have found FOCUS to be just the ticket for getting my mind into gear and speeding things up. Most helpful (to me) so far have been the chapters `How to (Finally) Overcome Procrastination' and `How to Use the Alter Ego Strategy'. Wolff is also a hypnotherapist, which I guess informs his advice on the helpful technique of visualisation. Ordinarily I wouldn't (consciously) use my imagination for practical `day to day' issues, after all we're not really taught to do that. But that's one assumption that reading FOCUS changes.
So if you sometimes find yourself frustrated because you're not getting enough done with your time, or disheartened because you've got jobs to do that you'd prefer not to, I'd say that FOCUS definitely is for you.