In an email to subscribers this morning, Steven Kotler, co-founder and Director of Research at the Flow Genome Project, resigned as the project’s director.

In his email, Mr. Kotler assured readers that this change is a “cause for celebration” and that he will continue on his “same damn mission–decoding the neurobiology of flow.”

Mr. Kotler will be “writing his ass off,” and plans to release four books in the next eighteen months. He will be posting updates about his projects here.

Jamie Wheel, co-founder of the Flow Genome Project will step to fill the vacant Director position.

Author: Ryan Ullman

Ryan Ullman is an attorney at the boutique law firm Spence | Brierley in Baltimore, Maryland. He is particularly interested in technology, productivity, peak flow states, music, and the outdoors.

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