Read yet another book called ‘flow’. Though I usually don’t prefer self-help books to read, I was pretty optimistic about the ‘flow’. Understanding human behavior & psychology, case studies & surveys that highlight the bizarre results of nature and ultimately few tips, to tackle our complex structure makes reading worth. Tho I found ‘flow’ a bit tiresome sometimes. Seldom, the book retells the similar stuff, the motivational stuff, purposely written to train the reader’s subconscious mind. I reckon motivational books are overrated, you can rarely find any different content among many of them, so here I take my efforts to appreciate the author of ‘flow’ for making it distinguishable. Thank you. Some eccentric content to an ordinary one, ‘flow’ is a good book of psychology.
Flow is like, above-average one for me though its tactics do provide satisfying results. If you’re obsessed about behavioral understandings of human, make sure you read it once, twice & so on otherwise you can joyously skip this one. Happy Reading.
“…It is when we act freely, for the sake of the action itself rather than for ulterior motives, that we learn to become more than what we were.”― Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience
ps. the author name is more difficult than the book, here’s a small pronunciation guide – Me-high Chick-sent-me-high