Who we are

At FOCUSWRX, we enable people to design a way of working that better achieves human potential and quality of life

Meet the founders

Jason Howlett

Jason Howlett

Co-Founder & Change Agent

Jason has 10 years of purpose driven experience in helping people change mindset and behaviour to improve well-being and achieve potential.

Jason combines applied knowledge from neuropsychology and physiology with HRV data, to support optimal brain functioning when it is needed most. People gain the ability to form habits that enable sustainable performance.

Jason previously experienced chronic stress while working in a fast growing silicon valley based start-up. He has since dedicated his work to help people increase their wellbeing while achieving more of their potential in a sustainable way.

Jason studied Applied Positive Psychology at the University of East London and has a degree in Computer Science from Royal Holloway, University of London. Jason is a certified Personal Trainer and Lifestyle Coach.

Morten Lauridsen

Morten Lauridsen

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Morten’s passion is to create products and services that empower others to achieve what is important to them.

Prior to co-founding FOCUSWRX, Morten worked at Microsoft for 18 years in various local and global consulting and leadership roles. The last 6 years at Microsoft, Morten’s main responsibilities were product & service strategy, the digital transformation of products and services, and implementation of new agile methodologies to improve business agility. Most recently, Morten led strategy and product planning for the Microsoft Services Hub, the digital delivery platform for the Microsoft Unified Support offering.

Morten holds an Executive MBA from Henley Business School and a Datanom education from Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College.

Our values – seriously


Authenticity is often defined as the degree to which one is true to one’s own personality, spirit, or character, despite external pressures. It requires a level of self-awareness and understanding of relationships with other people.


Creativity is perceived as a somewhat elusive phenomenon whereby something new and sometimes valuable is formed, whether it be an idea, an invention, a scientific theory, a painting, a poem, a piece of music or even a joke. Innovation is often defined as the commercialisation of creative ideas.


Empathy can be described as the capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing. Essentially, it is the capacity to place oneself in another’s position.

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