Ep. 18 Create Flow Before Selling Your Business
The Ripcord Moment

Ep. 18 Create Flow Before Selling Your Business

Ep. 18 Create Flow Before Selling Your Business

The Ripcord Moment

“Progress is in relationship with struggle.” — Chris M. King, CEO of Status Flow.

In this episode, Chris explains what “flow” is and how to create momentum on your team and in your personal life with flow triggers. He also shares how embracing change and discomfort is pivotal to growth.

Chris discusses the law of accelerating returns, which suggests that the rate of progress for technology and culture is exponential. So in order to keep up with our ever-changing world, business owners must be open to pivoting their plans and products and constantly innovating.  

Being immersed in a state of “flow” is necessary for creativity and momentum. Think about a time when you were effortlessly absorbed by the task at hand because your mind was in a state of inspiration. Certain triggers, like risk and novelty, contribute to the flow state.

When organizations learn to remove flow blockages and create an environment, routines, and culture that include flow triggers, innovation and motivation will come to employees naturally.

Lastly, he shares two action items for owners:

1. Figure out what to do when you reach your goal. Continue innovating and thinking about ways to spin your products and business, or what the next project should be. The dark side of flow is that when you obtain success, there now exists a large gap that must be filled with the next journey.

2. The brain and body require rest in order to bounce back to their most creative, inventive state. When you rest, let yourself completely relax and step away from work.

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