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Ever had a moment—perhaps while writing, designing, or working through a complex problem—where you're so focused on a task that the world around you disappears and you're perfectly focused? It feels like you're on autopilot. Nothing can go wrong.
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi discovered that people find genuine satisfaction during a state of consciousness called Flow.
Practising yoga enables us to quieten the mind because we have to focus on so many different things. This has been described as a very productive and creative state of mind. Yoga can help to access this meditative state of mind, but running, playing a musical instrument, or any other activity which completely absorbs our focus, can have the same effect. You no longer notice fatigue, hunger or thirst.
If you have ever felt completely absorbed in something, you might have been experiencing a mental state that psychologists refer to as flow. Achieving his state can help people feel greater enjoyment, energy, and involvement. Imagine for a moment that you are running a race. Your attention is focused on the movements of your body, the power of your muscles, the force of your lungs, and the feel of the street beneath your feet. You are living in the moment, utterly absorbed in the present activity.
An adaptive task difficulty assignment method which we reckon as balanced difficulty task finder BDTF is proposed in this paper. The aim is to recommend tasks to a learner using a trade-off between skills of the learner and difficulty of the tasks such that the learner experiences a state of flow during the learning. Flow is a mental state that psychologists refer to when someone is completely immersed in an activity. Flow state is a multidisciplinary field of research and has been studied not only in psychology, but also neuroscience, education, sport, and games. The BDTF draws analogy between choosing an appropriate opponent or appropriate game level and automatically choosing an appropriate difficulty level of a learning task. This method, as an intelligent tutoring system, could be used in a wide range of applications from online learning environments and e-learning, to learning and remembering techniques in traditional methods such as adjusting delayed matching to sample and spaced retrieval training that can be used for people with memory problems such as people with dementia. Students may struggle to fulfill their full potential because the assigned tasks are generic and not tailored to their specific needs and skill level.
In positive psychology , a flow state , also known colloquially as being in the zone , is the mental state in which a person performing some activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity. In essence, flow is characterized by the complete absorption in what one does, and a resulting transformation in one's sense of time. The flow state shares many characteristics with hyperfocus. However, hyperfocus is not always described in a positive light. Some examples include spending "too much" time playing video games or becoming pleasurably absorbed by one aspect of an assignment or task to the detriment of the overall assignment. In some cases, hyperfocus can "capture" a person, perhaps causing them to appear unfocused or to start several projects , but complete few. Other related concepts include trance , hypnosis , hypomania and mindfulness.
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Don, a senior vice president for sales at a global manufacturing company, wakes up late, scrambles to get showered and dressed, has an argument with his teenage daughter over breakfast, then gets stuck in traffic on the way to work and realizes he will be late for his first meeting. Donna, a marketing executive, wakes at 6 for a quick spin on the exercise bike, takes a moment to stretch and relax, then quickly gets herself ready, dresses and feeds her two kids before walking them to the bus, then catches the train to the office. Two years ago our organization launched a long-term global research initiative to provide quantitative data on the topic. We selected 18 states of mind and surveyed leaders around the world on how often they experience each one, the impact of each on their effectiveness and performance, and what they do to manage their states of mind.
Patented technology that learns how you work and automatically modifies your work environment to keep you "in the zone. Walk-ups and loud colleagues are a major contributor preventing information workers from reaching and holding flow when completing tasks in the workplace. It is manual and static and does not accurately reflect when a user is actually busy. An interruptibility algorithm that learns how a user works that can automatically detect when they are focussed based on how they interact with their computer. Dynamically change the digital status of the UC platform to eliminate remote interruptions in addition to automatically changing the color of our physical status lights to reduce local interruptions and keep the user focussed on their task.
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