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Andy Cunningham

I don't seem to fall into either camp. For the important stuff, going with the flow is all I need: it just happens. But for the administriva of life, the documentation writing, and all of the other less important and interesting stuff, I need the system to keep track for me.

Either way, the engagement happens, either because "this is fun and important" or "look how much stuff I got off my Next Action list this morning".

steveroesler

Sounds as if you've got it nailed, Andy.

If you can float that 4x4 across the pond, maybe we can get you connected as Chief Flow Officer.

Thanks a lot for taking time to comment...

David Zinger

Hi Steve,

I wondered where the sudden "flow" in traffic on my employee engagement blog was coming from. Alas, I think I found the flow zone was from here.

I look forward to staying subscribed and exploring what is in our hearts, on our minds, and shared between us.

I admire the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business work in this area ranging from flourishing to high quality interactions.

See: http://www.bus.umich.edu/Positive/

Keep flowing,

David

steveroesler

Hello, David,

I do hope that some much-deserved traffic headed your way.

I wasn't aware of the work being done at U of M. But then again, I come from a total Ohio State Buckeye family and it is a sacrilege to say the name of that state out loud, let alone the institution.

I'll have to squirrel away in the dark and visit their site before erasing my tracks!

Looking forward to continuing the conversation.

All the best!

Viji

Thanks for the link. Yes, David's blog is quite interesting and good things to follow in our day to day life at office. Viji

steveroesler

Yes, Viji, I think David has a nice touch when it comes to writing about engagement.

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