Probably the best overall of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s books on flow, this one seems to stand the test of time. A great place to start to learn from from the “Godfather of Flow!”

Another one of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s Flow books, this one explores Flow from a business and leadership perspective. Another one to read as you dig deeper into Flow.

The follow-on to The Rise of Superman, this well written and well researched book, continues the exploration to high performance with a look into man’s search for altered states of consciousness. A great read, this book is for “hackers” of all types wanting to get the most out of their lives and experiences.

Another great book by Chalmers Brothers, this time he digs deeper, with co-author Vinay Kumar to explore how we “show” up in our use of language to create the leader we are. This book explores the concept of being an “observer” and how to shift that observer to obtain different results. A great read for those who want to shift as a leader in the context of an organization.

An absolute staple for understanding how we as leaders show up, in our bodies, moods and emotions and how we use language. This book, written by one of the icons in the Ontological Coaching Discourse, is used by coach training schools as a foundation for understanding how to find flow. Highly recommended.

Absolutely a must read when it comes to the study of Flow. Kotler’s work is the most current and most readable book on the study of Flow. He does a great job of looking at how extreme athletes are at the edge of pushing human performance and how this is explained in science. If you want to learn about Flow, start with this book!

Bob Dunham’s foundational work cited in LeadershipFlow | Perfectly Square. A great source for the foundations of the Generative Discourse.

A great read about Flow hacking techniques by an author who started to research famed “Iceman” Wim Hof to disprove him as a sham. In the process he became a huge proponent of Hof’s method. The book explores Hof’s breathing methods and the many positive affects of this phenomenon. A must read for all Flow Hackers.

Written by the “Godfather of Flow” Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi this book is a great resource to explore creativity and how it shows up in the flow state.

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