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Fear or Flow: how to create an optimal experience | Cameron Norsworthy | TEDxUWA

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  • Published on Dec 10, 2018
  • How do elite athletes become World Champions?
    How do leaders get the best from their members?
    How do we find meaning and fulfillment from our every day challenges?
    Join Cameron as he takes a look at the psycho-physiological blueprint of what happens when we are under pressure and how we can change how we respond in order to maximise our performance and find Flow. Cameron Norsworthy is a coach, author, and founder of The Flow Centre, an organisation dedicated to optimal training and coaching through psychology, physiology and neuroscience.
    Cameron was a junior British tennis player and was awarded the Outstanding Academic Achievement Prize for reports surrounding flow and performance. He recently secured a publishing deal with Macmillan Publishers and Curtis Brown Literary and Talent Agency for a book on finding flow.
    Cameron is passionate about the optimal experience and has coached numerous World Champions, executives, and entrepreneurs to help them find success and improve their experiences. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at www.ted.com/tedx

Comments • 5

  • Dr Patrick Kingsep
    Dr Patrick Kingsep 8 months ago

    Hi, Patrick from Mind Life Flow here - Fear or Flow? - I enjoyed this video and its such useful information for everyone!

  • Shuvro Roy
    Shuvro Roy 3 years ago +33

    "This industrialized mindset of prioritizing our external over internal, productivity over presence, outcome over process is a problem. It negates the very self-management and self-optimization required us to meet our optimal experience." wow... 😮

    • Victor Malet
      Victor Malet Year ago +1

      so powerful !!

    • M Asal
      M Asal Year ago +1

      This is probably the best comment I have ever read!

  • DFFRNTTD
    DFFRNTTD 7 months ago +2

    A very underated TED talk. Grateful I found this.