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A path to discovering your “flow”

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Have you found yourself staying up late, joylessly bingeing TV shows and doomscrolling through the n

Have you found yourself staying up late, joylessly bingeing TV shows and doomscrolling through the news, or simply navigating your day uninspired and aimless? [TED: Ideas worth spreading]( Recommends If your life feels trapped somewhere between a seemingly endless cycle of work and bingeing less-than-amazing television shows with zombie-like endurance, then you might be languishing. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant explains how to navigate away from uninspired and aimless days by showing you the path to “flow” and the ways it can help you reclaim your joy and sense of self. [An idea from TED by Adam Grant entitled How to stop languishing and start finding flow]( [How to stop languishing and start finding flow]( Adam Grant | 1.8M views [► Watch now]( After you watch Adam’s talk… [Ashley Whillans]( [3 rules for better work-life balance]( Ashley Whillans [Guy Winch]( [How to turn off work thoughts during your free time]( Guy Winch [Wendy Suzuki]( [Could the ways you cope with stress be undermining you?]( Wendy Suzuki [Kara Cutruzzula]( [The key to productivity is tapping into your flow state]( Kara Cutruzzula [How to Be a Better Human]( [How to sleep like your relationships depend on it]( TED's How to Be a Better Human podcast [“The Road Not Taken”]( [“The Road Not Taken”]( Robert Frost | TED-Ed [Give the gift of TED]( There’s always a new gadget to gift, but the power of inspiration is timeless. Consider giving the gift of new experiences and curiosity with a TED Membership. Your gift will support our mission to share big ideas — like the TED talk in this email!. And your loved one? Well, they’ll get access to events with TED speakers, book clubs, and special conversations with Members from around the world. [Gift the gift of TED]( [Give the gift of TED]( In her groundbreaking work on generosity and joy, social psychologist Elizabeth Dunn found that giving to others actually sparks joy — but there’s a catch: it matters how we give. To spark those warm and fuzzies, you need to understand the impact of your gift. If you’ve watched one TED talk or 100, you know firsthand the impact of a great idea. It can inspire you or even shift the way you see the world. So this year support our mission by becoming a TED Member or gifting TED membership to a loved one! Your donation helps us keep doing what we do best, spreading ideas that matter to people all over the world. [Get started]( Recommended for you [My 12 pairs of legs]( Aimee Mullins | 4.7M views [► Watch now]( [Save to list]( [Michael Natsch](, Curation Team Intern I am in awe of Aimee's incredible personal growth as a paralympic athlete. This is one of my absolute favorite talks, as it speaks volumes to our shared humanity. Aimee proves that we really aren't so different from one another at the end of the day. Want to connect with the global TED community online? Check out our new platform just for Members. [Become a TED Member today.]( Copyright © TED Conferences LLC. All rights reserved. Have a question? Email us: contact@ted.com [TED.com]( | [Unsubscribe]( | [Adjust your email settings]( [Add us to your address book]( Our mailing address is: TED Conferences LLC 330 Hudson Street New York, NY 10013

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