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When we're in flow, we're 'in the zone'. We feel our best, and perform our best. Learning sky-rockets. Productivity and creativity go through the roof.
What I'm learning at Flow Research Collective is this: Flow is a natural, biological state. It's open to everyone. And it can be trained.
I'm studying flow with some brilliant minds in the field of neuroscience. I'm boosting my creativity, mastering flow science, and learning how best to teach this to others.
If you hop on the newsletter, I'll share my enthusiasm, curate resources, and let you know what I'm learning while I learn it. Art, creativity, workflow, making a living online, loving the process (even when it hurts). I'll share it all.
Plus you'll be the first to know when I've got creative products to offer (at an early-bird price ).
Thanks for your interest in flow states.
As you may know, to put these flow skills to the test, I've started a self-imposed challenge to become a full-time indie creator in 2023. So, if you wanna do what you love, serve an audience and get paid then - you and I - we're probably like minds! So, hopefully my stories and insights about failing fast in that direction will offer some inspo and amusement.
My point is, if I learn anything cool on this challenge (about how to monetise art fast, while keeping our souls at full flame) you guys on The Creative Flow Project newsletter will be the first to hear. And I hope you'll hit reply sometimes, so we can start a conversation.
Why? Because we're all going through the same thing here. And it's not a zero sum game. The more of us who cross over into full-power creatorhood, doing what we love, then the more good art in The Technium, and the better for all. So, why struggle alone?
As Howard Thurman put it,
'Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive. Because what the world needs most is more people who have come alive.'
It's what we all need from each other!
So hopefully, see you in each other's inboxes!
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