Have you ever been completely absorbed in what you’re doing? Time flies by, and your performance is nothing less than amazing.
Have you ever been completely absorbed in what you’re doing? Time flies by, and your performance is nothing less than amazing. Then you’ve experienced being in flow. With distractions like our phones, being stressed out, and undersleeping, it’s more difficult to get into flow. When we can control our days and create finish lines for ourselves, we allow our minds to rest so we can experience more focused moments.
In today’s episode, I have a conversation with peak performance coach Dr. Torrie Higgins from The Flow Research Collective. Their mission is to better understand the science behind peak performance and our optimal state of consciousness and use it to train individuals and organizations. We discuss flow, the effect of stress, and how to plan your days so you can be more successful and experience rest.
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