Get Into Your Creative Flow
HOSTED BY CREATIVELIVE - CREATED BY STEVEN KOTLER
Stop Feeling Tired, Wired, And Stressed.
If creativity is already core to your life, then this program is perfect for you. This could mean you’re a copywriter at an ad agency, a scientist hunting a breakthrough, a coder designing software, an entrepreneur dreaming up your next start-up, a writer aching to finish that novel, or a landscape painter trapped in the life of an accountant — all that matters is that generating novel ideas (and putting those ideas out in the world in some form or another) is core to your life and purpose.
ABOUT COURSE INSTRUCTOR STEVEN
Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning journalist and the cofounder/director of research for the Flow Genome Project. He is one of the world’s leading experts on high performance. He is also the author of eight books, including Stealing Fire, The Rise of Superman, Tomorrowland, Bold, Abundance, West of Jesus, A Small Furry Prayer and The Angle Quickest for Flight.
THIS IS FOR YOU IF…
You keep losing the battle to be innovative in the rush to be productive.
You have writer’s block or coder’s block or painter’s block and the thing you used to love most in your life has become a source of pain and frustration.
You have trouble managing your emotions and fear keeps getting in the way of your good ideas.
You have trouble sustaining momentum on projects and tend to quit early rather than to finish what you started.
You have no idea how to gain access to groundbreaking insights and ideas when you need them most.
You don’t actually believe creativity is trainable.
You’re numbing yourself with substances and placating yourself with distractions as a way to ignore the fact that you’re not living up to your creative potential.
You get lost in the fixing to get ready phase, and never get down to business.
You keep bashing into creative walls, but never breaking thru.
Your emotions keeping getting in the way of your desired outcomes. Fear of failure keeps you from committing to projects; perfectionism keeps you from making your work public.
HOW CAN FLOW FOR CREATIVES HELP?
It’s like an inspiration turbo-boost training program. It’s practical, experiential and experimental. You learn a new idea about Flow and Creativity, apply it to whatever problem you’re trying to solve, see what happens, then make it your own.
When in Flow, your creative problem solving abilities can spike by over 400 percent.
Research done at Harvard shows that the heightened creativity produced by Flow can outlast the state by a day, sometimes two—suggesting that Flow actually trains the brain to think more creatively over the long haul.
Creatives are more prone to depression than most people, but an understanding of the process can protect against this liability.
Creativity tops the list of 21st century skills—meaning those skills that are essential for thriving in the modern world—yet 75 percent of people think they’re not living up to their creative potential.
The baseline brainwave state produced by Flow is also the ready condition for “Ah-ha” insight, meaning being in the zone makes you primed for breakthrough insight.
Fear blocks creativity, while Flow resets the nervous system, calming us down so we can avoid burnout and gain access to much needed insight.
Unless you know how to train the brain properly, most people tap into their deepest creative potential at age 5 .
Frustration is actually a built in component of the creative process—it’s a sign that you’re moving in the right direction not a sign that you’re going about it all wrong.
Life is better than ever and we are feeling worse than evener. We are neurotic, stressed, unmotivated and it’s literally killing us. This class is for anyone that is serious about staying in their their highest performing state.
32 Video lessons in HD
Lifetime access, anywhere, anytime
Streaming and offline access on desktop and mobile
Offline sync with our iPhone & iPad apps
100% satisfaction guarantee
Investment: 129$, approx. £98
*Warning: this instructor occasionally uses strong language. Viewer discretion advised*