Feeling of reward coming from being involved in... - Deepstash

  • Feeling of reward coming from being involved in the activity
  • Not being aware of bodily needs
  • Being completely engaged in the activity

In case you are starting to feel hungry or thirsty after a couple of hours of working,it doesn't necessarily mean that you are doing something wrong.It may simply be an indicator that you have been doing something right for so long,that your body needed an additional input of energy.The same goes for concentration; some people simply lack the ability to stay concentrated for long time.This doesn't automatically imply that they are unable to reach the state of flow.


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