Getting in the Flow. That’s what everybody is talking about. We’ll show you what this “flow” thing is exactly, how to get into the flow, and how to stay there for as long as possible. Interested?
Do you ever sit down at your desk, get to work and suddenly everything falls into place? The universe smiles on you and your fingers fly over the keys. Before you know it, it is lunch time and you’ve made more progress in a few hours than you had hoped to accomplish in a couple of days. It’s a great feeling isn’t it?
It’s what happens when you’re in the “flow state”, a mental state of high energy and focus that helps you get ultra-productive while having fun. Work becomes effortless. And it doesn’t just happen at work. You may get into the “flow” while you’re working on projects around the house or sitting down on the weekend to work on the next great American novel. No matter what you’re working on, “flow” can make you feel amazing… like you have a super power all of a sudden.
The flip side is when you get into a funk at work. It’s the opposite of flow. You feel like you’re wading through molasses, trying to get projects done on time. Work feels forced and time comes to a crawl. Your workday seems to last forever and you can’t wait to get out of there. Needless to say that no matter how hard you try, not a lot of work gets done on those days and the quality is often inferior to what you usually produce. And no wonder, you’re feeling uninspired and unmotivated.
Of course there are plenty of other days in-between these two extremes, but given a choice, wouldn’t you want to work and live in the “flow state” as much as possible? That’s what this guide is all about. We’ll take a look at what this “flow” thing is exactly, how to get into the flow, and how to stay there for as long as possible. Interested?
Flow Tip Sheet
If you are a visual learner, you learn by reading or seeing pictures. You understand and remember things by sight. You can picture what you are learning in your head, and you learn best by using methods that are primarily visual. You like to see what you are learning.
Do you do best in workshops in which instructors do a lot of writing at the chalkboard, provide clear handouts, and make extensive use of an overhead projector? Do you take detailed written notes from your training and webinars? If YES, you are probably a Visual Learner. Visual Learners learn best when information is presented in a written language format.
This comprehensive guidebook allows you to gain maximum value from the information and not miss a single idea. Provided in pdf format.
In this guide you’ll learn:
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