Corporate Flow State Experiences
We use adventure and neuroscience to help you and your team accomplish more in less time with greater ease.
Flow state, defined as an optimal state of consciousness where we feel and perform at our best, is key to optimizing individual and team performance in the workplace. In a 10-year study, top executives reported being five times more productive in flow, leading researchers to conclude that a 15-20% increase in time spent in flow could close to double overall workplace productivity.
Organizations Already Using Flow State Training to Maximize Performance
Patagonia - Toyota - Google - Facebook - Navy Seals
Guides and Speakers
Globally Known Cyclist
International Mtn. Guide
2 Time World Champion
Action Sports Evangelist
500% increase in productivity for senior executives - McKinsey, 10-year global study of top executives
70% boost in employee productivity and focus – Google
3 days of heightened creativity after a flow state experience – Harvard
430% increase in creative problem solving – University of Sydney
490% faster skill acquisition – Advanced Brain Monitoring & DARPA
Increased employee satisfaction and sense of meaning from work – Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
“Flow state percentage is the #1 management metric for the 21st century” – James Slavet, Greylock Partners
Flow, through a cocktail of potent neurochemicals, provides access to one of the most gratifying, meaningful, productive, and autotelic states available.
How We Do It
What we do is combine the flow trigger of adventure sports and neuroscience education to unleash human potential by running teams in flow state. Our initial talk will include going over your teams’ goals, possible activities, and locations. From there we will build a custom flow state experience specific to your team.
“I became fascinated by Steven Kotler’s books about Flow State, and wanted to share these game changing tactics with the world”
Frank Scotti – Founder Nomad Inc
Dr. Brent Hogarth
Flow State PHD
Dr. Brent Hogarth is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in British Columbia, Canada. He has earned his Master’s in Sport Psychology and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. While Brent has trained and practiced as a therapist in the past, his passion is in high performance psychology and executive coaching. Throughout his education and training, Dr. Brent focused on exploring the science of individual and team flow-state.
Brent has put his research into practice for a decade now. First working within Division 1 University Counseling Centers and more recently as the head Peak Performance Coach at the Flow Research Collective. Under mentorship with NYT best-selling author Steven Kotler, Dr. Brent trained over a thousand 'corporate athletes' and teams to find greater flow-state in their personal and professional lives. This included working with Olympic and professional athletes, startup CEOs and entrepreneurs, members of the US military, Doctors and first responders, coaches, engineers, creatives, those in finance and more. The common theme throughout each coaching engagement has been the pursuit of fulfilling one’s full potential.
Dr. Brent advocates that well-being is not only about alleviating suffering, but that human flourishing requires the development of ones unique strengths and character, and most importantly, the ability to experience transcendent peak experiences.
In his personal life, Brent is an avid athlete; he enjoys skiing Vancouver's local mountains, playing competitive basketball, and most recently he completed a 100 Mile run - the Whistler Alpine Meadow 100.
Jeremy Jensen is an entrepreneur, speaker, and mountain sports athlete - passionate about helping people lead authentic and intentional lives, rich with experiences that make them feel alive!
His interests lie at the intersection of flow science, lifestyle design, and action/adventure sports.
Jeremy holds an MBA and MA in Social Entrepreneurship from the American University, a BA in Spanish from the University of Utah, and is a certified flow lecturer/coach - studying under the world’s foremost authority and thought leader on flow and optimal performance - Steven Kotler.
Jeremy has worked with Oracle, CU Leads School of Business, Summit X, 5 Point Film Festival, Outwild, and Naropa University among others.