Here’s the truth… we all want to play. It’s a deep part of who we are. In fact, according to Stuart Brown's research, play is not just joyful and energizing — it's deeply involved with human development and intelligence. Steven Kotler, flow expert and author of “The Rise of Superman: Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance,” explains how extreme athletes are accelerating their flow states to perform better and how people can use the same tactics to accelerate performance in everyday tasks. This is the state we crave, the state we fear, the state where we viscerally know who we are and what we are capable of. It’s where we blow our own minds. The way we use play doesn’t mean playing board games. Playing, as we know it is about seeing games that pop up into your life – having fun with the everyday things that occur. Play is available to you throughout all aspects of your life. Learn to design and build experiences of play for others... Begin to look at life through the lens of an infinite player. Life with play... you’ll never stop having fun.
Taught by OneTaste Senior Faculty, Rachel Cherwitz. About Rachel:
Rachel Cherwitz is ignition. Fire. She is that feeling of electricity coursing through your body. The kind that makes your body hot. You feel her before you see her. In her presence you’re smarter, faster, and stronger. More potent. People who learn to keep up with Rachel wake up.
The heat of her attention will challenge you. She’s an extreme sport.
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