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How Much Does Zero To Dangerous Cost? High Flow Coaching Rates

Last Updated on November 11, 2023
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Steven Kotler is a man that millions of people follow and his organization, Flow Research Collective, is one of the world’s leading organizations studying the state of flow. Steve has several books that are New York Times bestsellers and many fans follow him with great interest on social media.

The state we enter when we work is called in positive psychology a state of flow, a state of maximum productivity, creativity, and inspiration, which each of us experiences more or less often.

But how do we get into this state more often? Not to ignore our daily needs or worries, because for such a state you actually lose a lot of contact with the surrounding world, but for that amazing speed of the connection between neurons, for that informational and inspirational flow in which everything happens by itself, as natural, and we are only an instrument through which action is carried out.

This is where Zero to Dangerous comes in. So how much does Zero to Dangerous cost and what exactly is this system?

How much does Zero to Dangerous cost?

Zero to Dangerous costs between $4,000 and $6,000, according to past customers, depending on your negotiation skills when the salesperson gets in touch with you, as well as whether you have the whole sum upfront or not. At the moment this article is written, you will probably be able to negotiate a payment plan in 10 installments of $500, if it sounds too costly and paying all of the cost upfront is too much for you.

According to an online review, a user who booked an application call was given a quote of $6,000 as the first answer, but the final price after negotiation was $5,000, which is also the most common price people state they are quoted.

The user said he was determined to do the course but $6,000 seemed too much. He was aware that his future was now being decided and he knew that although the financial investment seemed overwhelming, it could possibly change his life. As in any other area, he knew that if you pay for your education, you treat it with maximum respect and you do what you’re required as well as possible, you’re more likely to succeed.

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The person went on to say that while he was thinking about all this, the salesperson from the other side of the line said that if he paid the whole amount with a credit card at that moment, it was only going to cost him $4,000.

Another option offered was to pay the course in installments, with a final cost of $5,000, more exactly, 10 installments of $500.

Aside from the high initial cost, there aren’t other hidden costs or added expenses you should know about.

Zero to Dangerous – How Does it Work?

From Zero to Dangerous from Flow Research Collective is an online course that takes around 8 weeks to complete. During this time, you will have to focus and put enough time towards your education as you’ll need at least 45 minutes a day, 6 days a week to study.

Zero to Dangerous Curriculum

Zero to Dangerous is based on three components in order to help you achieve your goal, no matter what it is.

  1. Daily Content & Exercises
  2. Intimate Neuroscience Based Coaching
  3. Lifetime Group Coaching & Community

How to sign up for high flow coaching?

The registration takes about 5 minutes, but you will not receive a price for the Zero to Dangerous course at this point.

You get a calendar to choose a day and an hour to talk to Troy, their representative.

You get a Zoom meeting with Troy and the man asks you who you are, what you do, and why you need the course.

The representative will keep telling you that he will get to the price right away, but first, he will tell you what happens in each of the 8 weeks of the course.

Zero to Dangerous course review

Zero To DangerousThe Zero to Dangerous Program offers top performance training done by experienced coaches, based on neurobiology and neuroscience for entrepreneurs and leaders struggling with distractions, self-sabotage, and uncertainty.

The McKinsey Institute found a 500% increase in productivity for people accessing flow states

Harvard found that their students had 3 days of increased creativity after a day of accessing the flow state.

Advanced brain monitoring DARPA found a 490% increase in the development of flow skills.

In short, From Zero to Dangerous is an 8-week course with 56 lessons that promises that:

  • You become much more productive.
  • You work less time.
  • You are happier.
  • You are more present in family life.
  • You earn more money.
  • You prioritize much better.
  • You can achieve most of your goals.
  • You improve your self-confidence
  • You regain your mental health.
  • You get a competitive advantage over people with similar skills.

Flow status

Steven Kotler states that the state of flux occurs in the emotional center between boredom and anxiety, in the so-called flow channel, where the task to be accomplished is heavy enough to require us without exhausting us.

The question that arises is how hard it is for something we are doing to put pressure on us before we start to get bored or drop out. Studies done by Kotler show that the percentage of difficulty above the level of our habitude required to enter the flow is 4%.

That means the challenge must be 4% more difficult than the skills we have. Therefore, you reach your potential by slowly forcing yourself, 4% outside of the skills you have. As with computer games, to move to the next level you have to do something that requires you to work, but not hard enough to make you give up.

The same goes for performing tasks. If what you have to do is below your level and doesn’t require any cognitive load, you get bored, blazed, lose your motivation, or give up. If it is too hard and you see that you’re making very little or even no progress, you get demoralized, reach burnout, and give up in one way or another. But if they ask you to put in a little effort, that 4%, you have every chance of developing to the level of potential you’re targeting and reaching the perfect to enter the state of flow.

Alec Pow
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