The bestselling introduction to "flow"--a groundbreaking psychological theory that shows readers how to improve the quality of life. "The way to happiness lies not in mindless hedonism, but in mindful change .""--New York Times Book Review" "Documents a set of scientific discoveries about human nature that actually illuminates the life experiences of all persons."--Howard Gardner, author of "Frames of Mind"
"It rethinks what motivates people." "--Newsweek"
"An intriguing look at the age-old problem of human happiness." "--Library Journal"
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Review: Flow: The Psychology of Optimal ExperienceUser Review - Arunsathyaseelan P - Goodreads
Awesome. However, one will have to be interested in experiments and psychology to enjoy this book. Gives insights about living life to the fullest. Should be read and re-read again and again. Read full review
Review: Flow: The Psychology of Optimal ExperienceUser Review - Carl Klutzke - Goodreads
There's a lot of depth here. So many of the books I've read over the past few years have referenced this book, and now I see why. It's hard to believe this was first published in 1990, it still seems ... Read full review
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