The challenge getting into FLOW

What is the very first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?

Do you reach for your phone and check in? Do you catch up with everything that you may have missed (on WhatsApp, email, social media) as you slept?

Do you do this even before you have connected with the Divine, your loved ones, yourself?

If you do, of course you are not alone. We are becoming increasingly tethered to our devices.
Our devices are of course useful in so many ways — they give us access to an unlimited wealth of information and make it easier to communicate with loved ones far away, to note just two basic benefits.
The convenience of having smart phones comes at a cost, however, especially in terms of focus on work and the ability to get into a flow state.

The magical (and increasingly rare) state of being so engaged in a creative activity or project that you lose track of time is essential for meaningful productivity. Cal Newport calls it Deep Work.

He defines Deep Work as "professional activities performed in a state of distraction-free concentration that push your cognitive capabilities to their limits."

He also explains that if you spend large portions of your day in a state of fragmented attention (by continuously checking your phone, for example) it can permanently reduce your capacity for concentration.

Let’s say that again: Your capacity for concentration is permanently reduced.

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