“We live increasingly in a knowledge and service economy, where your ability to learn, your ability to be creative, and your ability to solve problems depends on crowding out distractions and being able to lock into those flow moments.” — Adam Grant
Increasingly, we’re living in a knowledge and service economy where your ability to learn, your ability to be creative, and your ability to solve problems depends wholly on your ability to crowd out distractions and lock into moments of flow.
Clearly, flow is important. But how can we cultivate it?
, Organizational Psychologist at Wharton
, New York Times Bestselling Author, and Host of the TED podcast WorkLife
, joins the show to talk about flow—a recurring theme that runs throughout his work—and what it means for the modern workplace.
- The role flow plays in a positive employee experience
- The effect of remote work on the quest for meaningful productivity and flow
- How technology can cause burnout but also be the cure for it
- Advice for adapting to a evolving industry
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