Is this course for you?
If you are curious about flow, self-development, improving performance or/and improving the quality of your life then don’t waste another minute, sign up. This short course is ideal for those curious about flow and wanting to know more about this phenomenon.
What you will receive?
In the Foundations of Flow, we will look in detail at the Flow experience, highlight decades of research, and ask you to start recognising how Flow has appeared in your life.
In this introductory course, we will give you an overview of the Pathway to Flow and you’ll emerge with important Flow skills to kick start your path to finding Flow.
At the end of the course you will be invited to join a great community of Flow Seekers and start a journey that will no doubt add richness and meaning to your life.
What you’ll learn
Learn why subjective experience is so important and how it shapes your life.
Understand Flow and why this altered state of consciousness is so important.
Learn to identify your own Flow timeline and reveal the Flow reel of your life.
Learn to recognise how Flow has already been a part of your lived experience.
Learn the three steps to finding Flow: Mindset, Preparation and Immersion.
Learn how to become a Flow Seeker and how it will help you find more Flow.
Test your knowledge of Flow and and capture your growth in this course.
Meet Your Coaches
Cameron is a coach, author, speaker and entrepreneur. He has been a junior British tennis player, and awarded the Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize for reports surrounding flow and performance. Cameron has coached numerous World Champions, CEOs, and entrepreneurs. Fascinated by optimal experience, Cameron founded The Flow Centre to help put Flow states on the map and give people the tools to manifest the life they have always dreamed of.
Sue is an author, sport psychologist and mindfulness-meditation teacher. Sue has been involved in the psychology of Flow since completing a PhD on flow state in elite athletes in the early 1990s. Sue is one of the most cited authors on Flow including having created the most widely used instrument by which we measure flow today. Sue’s work in Flow has helped to make this optimal psychological state understandable and more accessible to all levels of performers, from weekend warriors to Olympic Champions.