Adam Fraser: The Thrid Space

The Third Space is that moment of transition between one role or task to the next role or task. Daily we undertake dozens of different roles and tasks. Dr Adam Fraser‘s research showed that what we do in this transitional gap (The Third Space) has a huge impact on our happiness, performance and balance. The research also showed that all too often we carry the mindset and emotional state from one activity to the next – leading to negative and occasionally disastrous consequences.

Adam Fraser

Companies and individuals now more than ever need to out create, out innovate and out market their competition. The result of this is a workforce that is having serious issues around sustaining performance. The fall out is people and companies loosing the ability to focus, be creative and develop clear strategies.

Combining years of work with Olympic athletes, the armed forces and business professionals of all levels Dr Adam Fraser perfected The Art of FLOW. A philosophy designed to be a real time solution to stress and burn out, that doesn’t involve taking time out or adding another task to our already full to do list!

FLOW is a high performance state also known as being “In the Zone”. At the heart of flow we find the key to getting more done for longer periods of time, whilst reducing stress levels, preventing burnout and keeping our teams engaged. FLOW is not a band aid solution to stress, but provides a practical vehicle to enable recovery from poor working habits. Or, as Dr Adam would put it, checking your Habits into Rehab!

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One Response to Adam Fraser: The Thrid Space
  1. […] He discovered that for families, having work life balance is not about when you show up, but rather how you show up. He brings humor as he unveils the simple formula of how to use the gap between work and home to connect with those most important to you. He leaves the audience with very important words of wisdom “There’s two types of people in life–the type of person who lights up the room when they walk in and the type of person who lights up a room when they walk out.” and encourages them to make wise use of The Third Space. […]

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