Flow - Chapter 10, The Making of Meaning Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, The Making of Meaning Summary and Analysis

Despite all efforts to obtain optimal experience in our lives, there will be instances when it is not possible to maintain flow. While a person may be experiencing flow at the workplace, companies close or retirement looms. Family relationships, while optimal today, may change tomorrow when the children grow up or there is a divorce or death.

The author approaches flow as a unified thread that runs between these individual experiences in order to create a synergy among all areas of life. It is possible to obtain and maintain flow if certain steps are followed.

One may obtain unified flow if there is an ultimate goal in mind. As one develops the skills to accomplish the goal and all its sub-goals, all aspects of life will begin to work together in a harmonious...

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