Fuel Your Flow with Pauline Dougald

“Flow expresses itself totally different to each individual person. It is a highly unique experience and every individual will have its own personal approach to it.”

Pauline Dougald

In this episode Fuel Your Flow, Pauline Dougald sits down with host Edwin Frondozo to discuss flow, creativity, productivity and how to continue growth and evolving.

Pauline is a Creative Focus Coach who combines Artistic approach and Neuroscience – based peak performance tools to guide her clients to become their optimized version of themselves and unlock their creativity.

Her specialty is creating a wider perspective and shifting paradigm to access the parts that are dormant, in order to reclaim back that creative resilience that lives within everyone.

She has trained with Robbins-Madanes Institute, Flow Research Collective, is a Precision Nutrition L1 certified coach and has a degree from Fine Arts school as well as a graduate of an Interior Design program. She also learned from prominent leaders such as Tony Robbins, Peter Sage, Steven Kotler, David Hawkins, Joe Dispensa, Michael Gervais, Tom Campbell and many more.

She combines her knowledge of interior spaces, neuroscience, spirituality, psychology and physiological aspects in order to facilitate holistic approach to reshaping the view of the world and unlocking creative potential, as well as shifting the mindset to overcome any blockages.

Pauline also has a passion for motorsports and approaches life as a race where developing creativity and acceptance of failure can mean a difference between life of fulfillment or one of regret.


What You Will Learn From This Episode

  • What is flow state.
  • The most critical component needed for flow state to occur.
  • What is Challenge Scale Ratio.
  • In what state flow happens.


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“You need to figure out yourself in order to do something for a long period of time. Flow does not happen momentarily. It’s a building up process and it has to stay there for an extended period of time, so you have to find your own way on how to consistently do something.”

Pauline Dougald

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