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WikiMatrix - Compare them allThe Hidden Art of Achieving Creative FlowEditor’s note: This is a guest post from Everett Bogue, author of The Art of Being Minimalist, and blogger at Far Beyond the Stars. Have you ever had a creative evening when time suddenly flew by? A day when you executed a difficult project at work flawlessly? A brief moment in time when your challenging exercise routine felt effortless? All of these times you were in a state of flow. Flow is a concept developed by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi of the University of Chicago, who has studied the phenomena his whole career. Many people flow through their lives in an effortless fashion, while countless others have a difficult time achieving a flow state. Why flow is hard to achieve Flow is a moment in time when you’re both challenged at the activity that you’re doing, and when you also have complete autonomy in the task you’re conducting. We engage in flow under your own volition, with a skill which we’ve had some amount of experience. Why? You cannot edit while you’re producing work.