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Listen To (The Right Kind Of) Music

Listen To (The Right Kind Of) Music

Music can actually help you become highly focused and, therefore, highly productive.

Especially when you listen to music on repeat (or repetitive type music such as techno, classical music or trance) it’ll be easier to reach a state of flow.

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