We’ve all been in a situation where we are so into our task at hand that the world that surrounds us completely disappears. The focus is perfect, and our thoughts and actions seem to flow perfectly. People working on creative tasks find themselves in these moments, and so do athletes. The big issue with this is that the moment we recognize it, it starts going away, so we are always looking for the state of mind and actions that will bring us back to this position.
- In order to enter flow you must have a clear goal and you must be able to get immediate feedback.
- It’s important that you have the ability to balance the challenges that come with the taks and your skillset.
- Don’t look for motivation via money or praise and instead find something that challenges you and that you’re passionate about.
“Sounds like a dream. But like any reverie, the moment you recognize being in flow, its blissful sensation begins to dissolve and the world, complete with its distractions, comes rushing back into our heads.”
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