Flow, a mental state of being, is a topic that we previously discussed back in April. This week we are revisiting the subject with a focus on creating flow as a way to increase productivity in the workplace. As described, “when you achieve flow, your actions and decisions occur seamlessly.” Certain triggers, changes in environment, and other factors determine one’s ability to achieve flow. Some of the most important factors needed to achieve flow in the workplace ARE taking risks and stepping outside one’s comfort zone. As the article suggests: (1) Create consequences; (2) Strike a balance between boredom and anxiety; and (3) Push. If you’re curious to learn more about these suggestions, check out the article here.