Flow Coherence Scorecard

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Short Version

Flow Coherence is a Soulful Scaling concept where an individual’s work is both deeply engaging (flow) and well-organized (coherence), resulting in highly productive, meaningful, and efficient time use. This involves not only achieving a state of flow but also ensuring that the activities contributing to this state are aligned with broader goals and priorities, thus maximizing both personal satisfaction and professional effectiveness.

Take Control of Your Time

Ever feel like your day is slipping away without meaningful progress? Discover how you're really spending your time and find ways to focus on what truly matters. The Flow Coherence Worksheet will help you see where your hours go, identify hidden time-wasters, and achieve a state of flow where you’re fully immersed and at your most productive.

Why This Exercise Matters

It’s easy to get sidetracked by distractions and unimportant tasks. The Flow Coherence Worksheet helps you:

  • Spot Wasted Time: See where your time is going by rating each hour.
  • Improve Focus: Identify activities that truly matter and align with your goals.
  • Boost Productivity: Focus on high-value tasks to get more done.
  • Reduce Stress: Manage your workload better and lower stress.

How to Use the Flow Coherence Worksheet

  1. Set Up Your Timer:
    • Write down your top 3 areas of focus, for instance a Goal or Rock you are needing to work on. Then for the next three days, set a timer to go off every hour during your workday. It might seem tedious, but it’s key to getting an honest look at your habits.
  2. Evaluate Each Hour:
    • When the timer goes off, reset it and rate the past hour in the table below. This is your Coherence Score. Your options are:
      • 1: Non-Urgent and Important
      • 2: Urgent and Important
      • 3: Urgent but Not Important
      • 4: Not Important or Urgent
      • 5: Mixed Value, Uncertain
  3. Stay Consistent:
    • You don’t have to fill out every hour, but try to be consistent each day for accurate comparison.
  4. Calculate Your Score:
    • At the end of each day, add up your Coherence Scores and divide by the number of hours you recorded.
    • The lower the score, the better your flow coherence—your ability to focus on important, distraction-free work.

What's Next?

Now that you have a score and know where you rank, what do you do with it? 

1. Measure it periodically, perhaps once a month, to gauge your level of focus and prioritization. 

2. Improve your focus and learn about entering your flow state

Download the Flow Coherence Worksheet and start your exercise today!

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