How do you get in a FLOW STATE to amplify your creativity?
Day: Wednesday Dec 7th Time: noon ET to 1pm Registration page: https://www.reapcommunity.co/event-details/real-talk-from-reap-doers-when-the-world-keeps-screwing-with-our-attention-how-can-we-manage-our-time-and-focus
Description: "Now that we can't outsmart computers at every task, we have to learn to get in the flow. Creativity, thinking out of the box and inventing are our human superpowers. Attend this interactive webinar to understand why we work the way we do, discover new concepts to rethink our personal work organization. You'll be able to share and learn from your peers. In this interactive webinar, we’ll talk about how our environment can either help us thrive or experience procrastination and we’ll brainstorm on tools that can help us increase our focus and creativity, get into a flow state to e x p a n d TIME! You'll also experience Reap in action, a space where we disrupt ideas, create a sense of belonging, and co-produce a better outcome. Join us for a fun and memorable time! Agenda: Part 1: Why do we work the way we do? Part 2: How does our environment impact our efficiency and creativity? Part 3: Getting in the flow: How can we use FOCUS to serve TIME? How can we use TIME to serve FOCUS?"
Venue: Online (Remote/Virtual Event)
750 Lexington Ave, New York, NY
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