Hopefully at your job you’ve experienced flow: “a psychological state where a person is fully focused or immersed on an activity or task.” When you’re in a moment of flow, you’re not worried about how many emails you have to answer or what you’re making for dinner. You’re 100% present. You’re enjoying your work. As a result, you’re at your most efficient.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could turn flow on? In this SlideShare, leadership and management consultant Carl Vikman explains the neuroscience behind flow—which will help you purposefully slip into it, rather than experience it randomly.