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Slow Motion Gets You There Quicker

George Mumford | 6:01


So, first off, the best way to get into flow is not to try to get in the flow, but you know that you're trying to communicate that to them. But that's the real deal. But mindfulness, and the superpowers that I talk about make you flow ready. So there's a science, there's actually a genome to flow. So the optimum conditions of flow is, you know, haven't have been clear about what it is you want. And then there's a graph that that talks about. So your challenges and your skills have to be high. And so you have to be in the highest state of arousal. So you have to be uncomfortable. And, and you're always looking to get better, it's continuous process improvement. 

And so this condition, so they are working on his skills, knowledge experience, and they continue to challenge themselves so that they're out of their comfort zone, they're gonna be alright. And they don't have to be a lot out of your comfort zone. According to what, what what I read is 4%, up to 4% is probably okay. So over 4%, there's too much anxiety, then it becomes kind of productive. So there's this stuff. 

So once again, right view getting the right and seeking to understand, or what is the what is what is the process of flow? What's the anatomy of flow I talk about in my book? And what do I need to understand that, that will help me. And so it's the same thing, I've been trying to write a book for 20 years, when I stopped trying to write a book it wrote itself, I teach this stuff, it still took me 20 years to get to get a book out.

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