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Can you think of a time you were so consumed by a task you lost all sense of time and place? Those times where you sit down to do a task and the next thing you know 3 hours have passed in what seems like only 30minutes? This is Flow - aka “being in the zone”. It’s the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energised focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity.⁠ ⁠ Being in flow is when we’re usually doing our best work or using our abilities/skills most effectively. And unfortunately it’s something that is arguably becoming less common due to our age of perpetual distractions.⁠ ⁠ But here’s 3 things you can do to enter flow more often:⁠ ⁠ 1) Make sure the task is challenging but not too hard - If something is too easy we get bored and if something is too difficult we get frustrated and give up. You’ve therefore got to pick something that takes you just slightly out of your comfort zone and beyond your current skill level.⁠ ⁠ 2) Get rid of all distractions - your phone should be put on airplane mode in another room, turn off any background TV or music with lyrics and you should put a sign on your door so that people don’t disturb you. ⁠ 3) Pick something you enjoy - if you hate drawing then you’ll likely not find flow doing it! We’ve all got unique hobbies/interests and it’s important to seek flow in things you truly love doing. Otherwise it’s incredibly difficult to fully lose yourself.⁠ ⁠ #businesspsychology

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Business Consultants

Sydney, Australia

At the end of the day, your marketing efforts shouldn't come down the features of the product or service your provide, you should be selling the problem your product or service is solving for your audience. 🙌 • • • •          psychology         

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TLA (Train Like an Athlete)

New York, New York

Follow if you agree 😉

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Maiten Panella | Psy & Biz

4 top tips to improve your empathy 👉 Know yourself; then, you can create a space to actively listen to others. 👉 Make contact and connect: be interested 👉 Open up a space for reflection: Can you can relate to the others’ experience? 👉 Take action: get ready to implement a solution psychology

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Katie Clinton Consulting

I know there is a lot of love for some of these things but they make my heart sink a little. They are (mostly!*) not bad tools or concepts on their own but they have become overused and misused. They have become fads in the HR world and that people blindly implement because that’s what they believe they should be doing or are enticed by their packaging. As a psychologist I promote an evidence based approach; how can we understand the problem and collect robust information about what’s really going on before we get anywhere near determining what’s needed. When you do so the solution is almost never just one of these fads. It’s so easy to get caught up in them but humans and organisations are living systems so it is just not that straight forward; one ‘thing’ cannot solve all of our problems or create a vibrant workplace. Any approach or tool is really a route in to a conversation, a way of thinking about what is happening to aid understanding and dialogue or a process for having that conversation. As much as you may want to apply the next HR trend, be aware that whilst it might be just the thing for you and your organisation it is more probable that it’s not and you could be giving a lot of resource to something that makes little or no difference 😬. Taking time to really understand and explore what is happening will enable a tailored solution or package with much greater chance of success ✅. *The 9 box grid is pretty dubious any way that you look at it!

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TLA (Train Like an Athlete)

Sydney, Australia

Follow if you want to Riverdance in your kitchen 😂

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Tina Kinirons-Interview Coach

Dublin, Ireland

Know how you will finish your answer. Finish it and stop talking at the interview. If your interviewers want more detail from you, they will ask.⠀ ⠀ I help people prepare for interviews (particularly in the public sector, including assistance with application forms or CVs). ⠀ ⠀ Photo taken in the gardens of the Celbridge Manor Hotel.⠀ ⠀ #businesspsychology

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