Becoming Wildly Resilient: Finding Your Flow
Amy Rodquist-Kodet returns to chat about flow for the final conversation in a three-part series on (re)discovering your spark and seeking more true fun. In this episode, she and host Jakob Hester discuss the definition, benefits and subjective nature of flow, what inhibits flow, and some tools and tips for finding your flow at work, at home or with others. They also wrap up the conversation on true fun with ideas for how you can start feeling more alive again.
For more information about playfulness, connection and flow, visit our (re)Discovering Your Spark page here.
Mentioned in This Episode
- Book: “The Power of Fun: How to Feel Alive Again” by Catherine Price
- Past Episodes:
- Employee Resource: support for personal resilience, including consults and health coaching
- Book: “Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience” by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, PhD
- Music Immersion: Envelop SF, a nonprofit for immersive listening experiences
- Related Concepts: ikigai and raison d’etre
- Soundscape: “The Office: Dunder Mifflin” on Calm app
- Tool: Create a focus plan on Microsoft
- Book and Challenge: “How to Break Up with Your Phone” by Catherine Price
- Stand-Up Special: “Aziz Ansari: Nightclub Comedian” on Netflix
- Movie: Disney-Pixar’s “Soul”
- TED Talk: “Flow, the secret to happiness” by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, PhD
- Quiz: Catherine Price’s fun compatibility quiz
Playlist: "A Wildly Resilient Playlist" available on Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube Music
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