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 - Kirtika - Goodreads
Great concept - deducting 1-2 stars for the length of the book. The book can be hard to get through initially but the insights that gradually form and shine out towards the end are worth it. Read full review
Review: Flow: The Psychology of Optimal ExperienceUser Review - Terry - Goodreads
It's an interesting idea, but to be honest, I think this should really be an essay, not a book. The first 20% of the book explains the idea of flow, what makes an enjoyable experience. A number of key ... Read full review
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