Learn the psychology of optimal experience and how to use it to consistently feel and perform your best.
Psychologists describe flow as the mental state in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, with full involvement in and enjoyment of the chosen activity. In essence, flow is characterized by complete absorption in what one does.
In this 90 minute webinar, you will learn 4 steps to applying flow psychology to overcome the resistance of your anxiety and fears so you can unlock your full potential for focus, creativity, and self-motivation.
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Here is what we will cover in this free webinar training:
Do you struggle to pay attention to your most important priorities at work? You’re not alone. Since smartphones reached mass adoption in 2012, studies show most of us are finding it harder to pay attention.
The mobile revolution has rewired our minds for what psychologists are calling “continuous partial attention.” The constant buzz of our smartphones reinforces instant gratification and social validation feedback loops that hijack your attention by giving you little bursts of the seeking-and-reward neurotransmitter dopamine throughout your day.
In this new hyperconnected world, deep focus is the new superpower. This webinar training will show you how to train your mind to focus entirely on one task at a time. This way you can start to reduce productivity-killing multitasking and find yourself accomplishing more things in less time.
Learn the different kinds of “flow triggers” you can add to your daily routine to capture your full attention in the present moment and stay in this state of focused attention so you can more intrinsically enjoy your experiences.
We will discuss triggers for achieving sensory immersion when you’re doing outdoor activities and learning independently so you can increase your pattern recognition abilities and feel more connected to the world around you.
If you want to think less and feel more immersed in your activities, then understanding and applying sensory immersion triggers in your experience is a powerful way to feel more alive.
New sociology research is finding that having a strong community and a sense of belonging can add decades to your lifespan. Yet, busy modern living increasingly makes it hard to form meaningful connections with other people.
This means you need to be actively working to create your own tribe today. Tribe-building involves getting clear about your passion and connecting it to a higher purpose you can use to serve others. When you are clear and concise about your passion and purpose, it’s much easier to find other people who share similar values.
In this section of the webinar, we’ll explore how to use social triggers that will help you surround yourself with people who inspire and empower you to be your best.
In the last part of the webinar training, we will explore how developing your growth mindset and practicing mindfulness is crucial to overcoming the anxiety, perfectionism, and overthinking that can hijack your creative process and make you feel stuck.
We will explore a 4-step process developed in flow psychology to help you get your mind out of the way and get into a “stream of consciousness” state of creative flow more consistently in your work.
This way, you will be able to learn new skills faster, reduce the gap between having an idea and executing it, and thus be more able to make a living doing the work you enjoy.
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My name is Kyle Pearce. For 7 years, I have been running a self-directed learning website called DIY Genius and teaching online courses in meditation, flow psychology, and digital storytelling.
I am passionate about flow psychology because it has enabled me to overcome my struggles with anxiety and procrastination. Finding my focus and applying flow triggers in my life and work has helped me build three successful online businesses while traveling the world.