FREE ONLINE TRAINING
Learn how to use flow psychology to develop focus, discipline, and self-motivation to teach yourself anything and be your own boss.
Hosted by Kyle Pearce, lead instructor at DIY Genius
Why attention is the 21st century's most important skill and how you can systemically train your focus and self-discipline.
The biggest reason why it's so hard to concentrate today and how to strike at the root of the growing epidemic of burnout, anxiety and chronic fatigue in our hyperconnected society.
Why you need to discover your "zone of genius" in order to feel and perform your best consistently.
Learn about Flow Psychology research since the 1970's and why understanding how to train your mind to be in a state of flow is ultimate competitive advantage in today's highly competitive world.
How to develop a creative vision for your life so you can set clear goals, create a learning roadmap and develop the consistency to dedicate yourself to creative you enjoy.
How to always be learning on your own in a discipline way and the kind of self-directed learning and creative skills that are the most valuable in today's talent marketplace.
What creativity really is and how you can systematically train your ability to execute your ideas and overcome the common pitfalls that keep most people stuck in the low-growth territory of their comfort zone.
How to master your own mind and overcome the two biggest obstacles along the creative path: anxiety and procrastination.
Kyle Pearce is from Vancouver, British Columbia and he has spent the last decade in the digital education industry leading his own online programs for rapid skill acquisition, launching educational webinar series for thought leaders, and working as a growth hacker with venture-capital backed startups to launch their products, including the app Fitplan for iOS/Android, which has been downloaded over a million times.
He has spoken at conferences, startup incubators, and digital bootcamps across North America, Latin America, and Asia about the future of education, applying flow psychology in creative industries, and the importance of self-directed learning in the 21st-century economy.