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Stephanie Edward presenting to a group of seated participants.

Getting in the Flow: The Art of Focus

In today's distraction-rich world, moments where we find ourselves focusing without expressly trying to do so are increasingly rare. In my Getting in the Flow: Honing the Art of Focus workshop, participants learn and practice how to foster the conditions necessary to concentrate. 

In today's increasingly digitized and fast-paced world, maintaining a sustained focus has become a formidable challenge for many of us. 

The ubiquitous presence of smartphones, social media, and a constant stream of notifications has inundated our lives with digital distractions, making it difficult to concentrate on essential tasks. The sheer volume of information and data available has created a sense of information overload, forcing us to sift through vast amounts of content. This impedes our ability to prioritize and focus on what truly matters. This is exacerbated by the allure of multitasking, which, although frequently attempted, has been proven to diminish  productivity and well-being. Coupled with mounting stress levels and inadequate sleep, the challenge of maintaining focus has become a pervasive concern that affects both our personal and professional lives. We can struggle as much with focusing on a movie as we can with focusing on a meeting. 

To address this growing threat, organizations are increasingly exploring strategies to help their people restore their ability to concentrate.

Harnessing the power of focus fosters innovation, fuels productivity, and cultivates success.

Imagine employees who can...

Confidently focus on value-added tasks.

Structure their workday to minimize distractions and maximize results.

Stay present, even when they do not feel like it.

During the Getting in the Flow: The Art of Focus workshop, participants learn and practice tactics for increasing their ability to concentrate and access that elusive state of being "in flow".  They feel heard as they discuss realistic and relatable examples and scenarios. They learn simple yet powerful techniques and concepts they can apply at work or at home.

This workshop empowers participants to...

  • Be intentional with their attention.

  • Build confidence in themselves.

  • Develop self-awareness.

  • Increase their effectiveness.

  • Experience more joy at work.

By having their teams attend this workshop, leaders are taking proactive steps to empower their people to take back control of how they spend their time and ultimately increase their engagement, well-being, and effectiveness.

Topics covered in Getting in the Flow: The Art of Focus

Structuring your day.

Doing one thing at a time.

Training your brain.

Managing your time.

Optimizing your environment.

Being present.

Establishing boundaries.

Recharging your energy.

Being curious.

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