Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author and an award-winning journalist. He is one of the world’s leading experts on high performance. He is the author of eight bestsellers, including Stealing Fire, The Rise of Superman, Tomorrowland, Bold, Abundance, West of Jesus, A Small Furry Prayer and The Angle Quickest for Flight. His writing has been translated into over 40 languages and appeared in over 100 publications, including The New York Times, Atlantic Monthly, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Wired and TIME. Both A Small Furry Prayer and Stealing Fire were nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Steven is also the cofounder of Creating Equilibrium, a conference/concert/innovation accelerator focused on solving critical environmental challenges, and, alongside his wife, author Joy Nicholson, Steven is the cofounder of Rancho de Chihuahua, a hospice care/special needs care dog sanctuary in the mountains of Northern New Mexico. He has a BA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and an MA from Johns Hopkins University and, whenever possible, can be found hurling himself down mountains at high speeds.
Hey good people,
For years, I’ve had countless requests for a podcast focused on flow science and peak performance.
I’ve given in and we’re making it happen.
In fact, today is the day it drops.
It’s called Flow Research Collective Radio….
It’s a podcast dedicated to asking the big questions about the bounds of human potential.
I’ll be interviewing world-leading scientists, innovators and creatives and sharing science backed strategies to boost your performance.
So what’s our first episode? Big surprise… It’s an interview with yours truly. Trust me, I resisted, but Rian Doris, my partner here at the Collective is a stubborn one. However, it turned out to be a great conversation.
We went deep into some topics I don’t usually talk about, such as…
- Why the spiritual path didn’t work for me but how it lead me to flow research
- Why science is so crucial to producing results in your life
- Our mission here at the Collective and our founding principles
- The mentors that helped me the most on this journey and what I learned from them
Check out the first episode of Flow Research Collective Radio here.
If you dig it, hit the subscribe button, leave a review and share it on the socials.
It’ll help boost the podcast so we can get the flow word out to more people!
Really hope you gain a lot from Flow Research Collective Radio.
It’s been a helluva long time coming!
Rooting for you,
P.S. Go ahead and download my kick off interview of Flow Research Collective Radio here!
P.P.S. Not to spill the beans but episode 2 of Flow Research Collective Radio is with FBI Hostage Negotiator Chris Voss.
We talked about how to harness flow during the most difficult conversations.
It was badass. Stay tuned for that.