Company overview

At Digital Flow State we are continuously working on helping entrepreneurs find a state of flow in this digital world.

Sometimes we just need somebody to be there to help us get our work done.

We achieved our success because of how successfully we integrate with our clients.

One complaint many people have about consultants is that they can be disruptive. Employees fear outside consultants coming in and destroying the workflow.

Our clients face no such issues.

Learning how to control the amount of time we spend on a task is essential. Not having a proper plan can lead to stress and procrastination builduing a compound effect of wasted time and negativity

At this moment, our services consist of providing a digital coach that provides accountability during remote work sessions. This helps the client avoid distractions on the internet. In conjunction we document the workflows providing a digital recipe for clarity or delegation.

Digital Flow State focuses on helping people define their digital workflow. Think of us as a digital personal trainer. Some clients just need somebody to watch them work. For other clients, we can find room for improvement’s in current state workflows. We document every work session creating a digital recipe for a workflow. This helps our clients stay focus during their work session and allows the ability for proper delegation.

I believe many people are having difficulties navigating this digital world. The internet is built to consume your attention. Without a purpose in using these digital platforms, people are continuously losing focus with an endless to-do list where in some cases the feeling of procrastination causes depression. We help separate consumption vs productivity.

I am a Navy veteran currently working at Trinity Health of New England as a learning and adoption specialist in the clinical informatics department. The skillset developed in this role has taught me a lot in the documentation, distribution and implementation of current state or new workflows.

I believe the best book you can ever read is the book of yourself. Documenting a personal workflow is self-created content. Sometimes people just go through the daily motions of reinventing the wheel every day instead of visually analyzing their own work through text.


Journaling is difficult. This is where I come in.