The impact of numbers on insight

The big insight Csikszentmihalyi and Bennet figured out in 1975 with their study of flow wasn’t necessarily the description of any one individual’s experience as much as it was in the sheer [...]

The Focus of the Challenge

In 1975 Csikszentmihalyi and Bennet set out to craft a model to gain insight into that seemingly magical space of being in the zone. From professional chess players to mountain climbers, they [...]

Play and Flow

In 1971, Csikszentmihalyi and Bennet proposed a conceptual model for play. The model theorized that play is fun when your skill in the game is matched with the challenge of the game. The result [...]

Surrounded by Good Ideas

Trying to fly solo is tough work. Sure you might save time since you don’t have to wait on anyone else. But taking the time to surround yourself with people who share ideas generously and [...]

Earning the first client.

Enrolling your first client is so often the hardest. Before you enroll your first client, the business is theoretical. A rocket spends vast amounts of fuels simply to break the bounds of gravity. [...]

When You Find the Critical Moment

As a life coach trainer over the past decade, I’ve listened to thousands of recorded coaching sessions. In almost every coaching session within the first few minutes, a coach and client reach a [...]

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