By Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi condenses years of clinical and anecdotal research in the landmark book that introduced Flow to the world.
By Steven Kotler
Steven Kotler’s exploration of extreme athletes teaches us how to recognize the limits of our potential — and how to break through those perceived limits.
By Gary Mack
Sports psychology consultant Gary Mack breaks down and explains “the zone” in this groundbreaking book. Your mental muscles will never be stronger.
By Timothy Gallwey
Tennis coach Timothy Gallwey changed how the game is understood and played — through Flow. Gallwey will change your life as well.
By Abraham Maslow
Csikszentmihalyi leaned heavily on Maslow’s “peak experiences” when coining “Flow States.” This book offers insight into the evolution of the concept.
Flow isn’t a mystical state attainable only by a chosen few. There are steps leading there. Fortunately, we know the science behind it.
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Research shows that being focused on your work not only creates better work, it also makes you feel better about yourself.
The Flow State “triggers” are prompts that set you off the path of complete absorption in an activity. With a few simple steps, you can walk there.
In this famous TED Talk, the Hungarian-American psychologist explores the decades of research that led to the development of Flow States.
Ease comes with practice. Steven Kotler explains how to make Flow a regular part of every day.
Dr. Michael Gervais discusses how to maximize your potential through Flow States. Your vocation is secondary. What matters is your dedication.
Steven Kotler offers a deep dive into the neuroscience and practical applications of Flow. It’s not about what you do; it’s how you do it.
The Hungarian-American psychologist reflects on the importance of Flow after nearly a half-century of research on this fascinating topic.
Cal Newport taught us all about “deep work.” He knows that ability to focus your mind is key to entering Flow States.
Jamie Wheal is a leading expert on the neurophysiology of human performance. He explains the secret to mastery is Flow.