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AirPods Pro Can Help You Hack Your Brain

How to use Apple’s signature noise-canceling earbuds to drop into a creative flow

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II am always looking for hacks that allow me to get into the zone faster, stay there longer, and increase my creative output. Here’s a new trick that has been working for me lately.

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Adrian Hanft

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Author of User Zero: Inside the Tool that is Reshaping Dystopia

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