630 Flow State: Entrepreneur Diane Allen on Practical Ways to Achieve Peak Performance
Wings of Inspired Business
Diane Allen is a TED Talk maven, a professional violinist, and an expert with the Flow State and the Positive Psychology of Peak Performance who speaks on how to ‘Own Your Potential’ and is known for her Experiential Keynotes that empower people to be in their A-Game anytime, anyplace, no matter how high the pressure. Listen today to learn how to know whether you’re in flow state, the neuroscience of flow, plus three practical steps you can take to summon it and make flow a repeatable process.
Jack Ciattarelli and Former NJ Senator Diane Allen Look to Change New Jersey's Political Landscape
The Rich Zeoli Show
Candidate for New Jersey Lieutenant Governor, Diane Allen, joined Dawn to discuss her plans under the Jack Ciattarelli ticket to repair New Jersey's political landscape after the failed policies she's seeing under the Murphy administration.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Diane Allen Returns to NJ Politics as Jack Ciattarelli’s Gubernatorial Running Mate
The Dom Giordano Program
Diane Allen, a long-time New Jersey political powerhouse and former broadcaster, joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss her decision to enter her hat back into the political ring as Jack Ciattarelli’s running mate as Lieutenant Governor, as Ciattarelli takes on incumbent Governor Phil Murphy in New Jersey. First, Allen tells Giordano why she felt the urge to get back involved, explaining that the government failures by Murphy have really set our state behind, bringing up a study done that shows New Jersey ranks 50th among responsiveness. Then, Giordano and Allen discuss Murphy’s leadership through the lens of the Katie Brennan case, a woman who received a large settlement after allegations of sexual assault by a campaign advisor for the sitting governor. In addition, Allen tells that she hopes to debate incumbent Lieutenant Governor Sheila Oliver. (Photo by Getty Images)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Diane Allen was the Concertmaster (lead violinist) of the Central Oregon Symphony for 15 years, a well sought-after violin teacher for 28 years, and the author of sixteen music workbooks sold worldwide. Today, she consults and speaks with individuals and organizations on the Flow State. Diane has developed a proprietary process that enables people to be at their best anytime, anyplace, no matter how high the pressure. Flow State: The Psychology and Theory Behind FlowHeartMath InstituteThe Art of Learning by Josh WaitzkinDiane Allen TED Talk: How to Find "Flow" Start with Why by Simon SinekTime Codes:(2:44) - What is a Concertmaster?(4:10) - How did ‘Flow’ come into your life?(7:22) - Stick with it or recognize when to shift?(8:44) - When did you start to pay attention to flow?(11:48) - How were you able to harness flow to the point where you’re now teaching it?(17:49) - Interruptions are the biggest killer of the flow state.(18:52) - The key indicators of being in the flow state.(23:13) - Extracting your flow strategy.(25:34) - How do you prime yourself before getting into a new task?(28:56) - Stories from Diane about planting the flow seed into all aspects of life.(33:02) - The scientific data behind flow & positive feedback loops.(37:33) - What does your work look like?(42:06) - O’Brien’s Flow strategy.(49:24) - Final Thoughts from Diane.
#WavellReviews ‘Forewarned: Tales of a Woman at War …with the Military System. Cockups, Conspiracies & Misogyny in the British Army’ by Diane Allen
Wavell Room Audio Reads
On reflection, this is actually a book that should be read by those serving; I found it both fascinating and frustrating but also strangely compellingThe post #WavellReviews ‘Forewarned: Tales of a Woman at War …with the Military System. Cockups, Conspiracies & Misogyny in the British Army’ by Diane Allen appeared first on Wavell Room.
Ep 345: Are we going back in time with gender roles with Diane Allen, Jason Brown, Mary Ann-Stephenson and Juno Roche
Harriet Minter Presents: Badass Women’s Hour
This week Harriet speaks to Diane Allen, a former lieutenant in the army, talking about what it is like to actually be a women in the armed forces. Former footballer, Jason Brown, explains why taking the knee is not enough for the Premier League to really show their commitment to stamping out racism. Harriet asks Mary Ann-Stephenson, Director of Women’s Budget Group, why we might be going back in time with gender roles during lockdown. Lastly, Harriet speak to Juno Roche, Trans writer and activist, about JK Rowling and what it means to the Trans community. For information on your host you can click on the link below:Harriet MinterIf you want to get in touch you can find us on all the socials under this name: @badasswomenshrAnd for more about the podcast head here: https://www.badasswomenshour.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
222: Getting Into The Music And Into Flow, With Diane Allen
Today we’re joined by Diane Allen, a former concertmaster violinist with the Central Oregon Symphony for 15 years. Diane speaks on the topic of flow and finding your own personal “flow strategy” to reach your full potential, in music and anywhere else in your life. In the past, “peak performance” and “performance psychology” were the exclusive realm of top-level professional performers. Now these ideas are becoming more accessible and applicable to everyday learners and musicians. Diane brings a unique perspective to to the world of performance. In this conversation we talk about: • How Diane rose to great success in the classical world, then put aside her violin completely - and returned to it later in an innovative way. • The specific practical steps you can take to find your own connection with a piece of music. • The three components of getting into “flow” state - only one of which is normally covered when you hear about flow. You’ll be excited to apply Diane’s fresh ideas to your own practice and performance. Dive in to this episode and learn how to be at your best! Subscribe For Future Episodes! Apple Podcasts | Android | Stitcher | RSS | YouTube Full Show Notes and Transcript: Episode 222 Links and Resources • Diane Allen - Own Your A-Game • Diane Allen - Corporate Speaking • My Violin Recital - YouTube channel • Fingerboard Workbook by Diane Allen • Bow Arm Bootcamp • Email Diane for a special discount • Losing yourself in flow state | Diane Allen | TEDxNaperville • Get Out Of Your Head & Into Your Heart | DisruptHR Talks • Diane Allen Facebook • Diane Allen Instagram • Diane Allen’s Violin, Copper Dragon • Diane Allen Twitter • Diane Allen Linkedin Enjoying the show? Please consider rating and reviewing it! Click here to rate and review
Diane Allen: Art Collector, Creative Entrepreneur & Philanthropist
Women Entrepreneurs Radio
Diane shares her experiences and thoughts on: *How to support causes while supporting emerging artists *Advice on how to start collecting art and why it is accessible to everyone*Female entrepreneurship & the future of philanthropyDiane Allen is a jeweler, art collector, entrepreneur and advisor who is involved in Desert X and helping many emerging artists with their careers. Diane Allen Presents is driven by curating and cultivating emerging artists. Not only is Diane a renewed creative entrepreneur, art collector and jeweler but also innovator, philanthropist and a true Renaissance woman. Being told by a teacher she wouldn’t be able to survive in the art world, Diane’s passion grew and she started her jewelry business in 1981. Besides, she collected art throughout her life, even owning an early Andy Warhol. As she nears retirement, she is shifting gears and focusing on supporting the arts including serving on the Boards of the VIA Art Fund and Desert X. Diane is also Co-Chair Of Phase One Proudly hosting the annual Art vs Cancer event at Various Small Fires. As the Executive Vice Chair of PHASE ONE’s Board of Directors, Diane has helped raise over 20 million dollars for the organization dedicated to funding first round clinical cancer trials, and to date has enlisted a network of over 3,000 donors. Diane is also very passionate about implementing solutions for the national opioid addiction crisis. Diane has proudly founded Denver Recover Group with over seven clinics serving the opioid addicted population in LA and Denver. “We are currently serving more than 700 patients daily and providing both harm reduction and care during this current crisis.”Diane loves making a difference in the world and when she has time in between harmonizing her creative, philanthropic and executive purists, she can play a mean game of tennis. Her recent art events and shows include imPULSEiv in NYC, Zachary Crane Just Come Over and Rochamdeau at Satellite Art Show Miami Art Basel. 2018.www.dianeallenpresents.com