As you are well aware, the focus of this website is on delivering quality, honest, and detailed reviews of popular personal development and self-help products. And, as you might also expect, I’m back with another seriously good one to chew over!
Today’s special is a Find Your Focus review. I’m going to be pulling this popular product apart to see if it is worth parting with your hard earned money for. I will also compare it to some other personal development products that I have reviewed on this site, in order to see whether it is at all worth buying.
Now I’m probably sure that you’ve had a look at (or even purchased) lots of personal development products in the past. So you’re probably sitting there thinking “NOT ANOTHER ONE!!!”. However, I suggest that you pay close attention, as Zach Browman’s Find Your Focus is actually a really decent product.
What is Find Your Focus?
Compared to some of the garbage offerings out there, I’m actually quite a fan of this product and have recommended it to a number of people from all different walks of life.
If you’re sick and tired of wading through substandard personal development products, then I strongly suggest that you pay close attention to this Find Your Focus review, as you may well find something here that is highly intriguing!
What I like:
Right off the bat, it’s worth noting that this product has a specific focus. Whereas products like The Amazing You system are very broad, Find Your Focus is all about teaching you to overcome procrastination and laziness, and to ultimately find your inner focus that is going to allow you to get things done in life. Overcoming procrastination is something that I am passionate about, and believe that it is a negative force that sucks so much value out of life. Therefore, I went into checking out Find Your Focus with a great deal of interest.
What I don’t like:
One of the biggest downsides I can see to Find Your Focus is that it is quite expensive. At almost $100 USD, you’re parting with a fair chunk of change in order to get access. This is especially so when you consider that a lot of digital personal development products retail for the $30-50 mark.
The bottom line… Is Find Your Focus worth the cost?
So is Find Your Focus isn’t worth it even with a high price tag? Simply put, Yes. I’m a firm believer that price and value aren’t the same thing. For example, the main product I review on this site (The Power of Conversational Hypnosis) sells for a similar kind of price, and it comes highly recommended.
If you’re interested in learning how to overcome procrastination and get more done with your life, then I really do recommend that you take the time to look at Zach Browman’s Find Your Focus.