• Steven Kotler and Jamie Wheal on Optimizing Your Consciousness

  • By: Stephen Kotler, Jamie Wheal
  • Narrated by: Dave Summers
  • Length: 29 mins
  • Radio/TV Programme
  • Release date: 11-04-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: American Management Association
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 (2 ratings)

Summary

Extasis is an ancient Greek word that refers to non-ordinary states of consciousness. While not all methods of achieving extasis are work friendly, having access to higher thought processes to solve problems creatively is a skill any employer would be happy to encourage. Steven Kotler and Jamie Wheal, authors of the new book Stealing Fire, are here to talk about how to tap into these resources and also why so many CEOs keep going to Burning Man.
©2017 Stephen Kotler and Jamie Wheal (P)2017 American Management Association
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2 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 06-05-18

podcast interview

wow - i just paid for a podcast interview. And only a 30 min one. nothing in this show you can find elsewhere.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Michael J Vojtas on 23-08-17

Great first step to Flow

Dare I say this interview "Flowed" ? It will lead you inevitably purchasing the book. After having read the book, I occasionally re-listen to this interview as a sort of cliff notes rehash.

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