How to Leverage Productivity and Creativity with Flow

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  1. Social situation
  2. Creativity trigger
  3. Environment situation
  4. Psychology Situation.
  1. Make a clear goal list
  2. Schedule 90 — 120 minutes of uninterrupted concentration
  3. Come back to the present moment
  4. Check off all completed items on your list
  1. Fully concentrated on your work
  2. You feel rewarded during performing your work
  3. You feel that time flies faster
  4. It feels good doing the assignment
  5. It feels easy and effortless to run your errand
  6. The task difficulty is on your level
  7. You don't know (care of) what happened around you
  8. You are able to control the work.

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Former consultant at World Bank, Ernst and Young, and International Institute for Sustainable Development. Currently explore freelancing and wish to travel.

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Adven Kluger

Adven Kluger

Former consultant at World Bank, Ernst and Young, and International Institute for Sustainable Development. Currently explore freelancing and wish to travel.

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