How should I prepare for a session?
  • Write out a script. It’s very useful to write a short script to make sure you are bringing your best in the time that you are given during every session.

  • Log-in to a compatible browser. Chrome works best for hosting, Safari and Firefox don’t play well with the music sharing, but you can still host and play Flow Club Radio instead.

  • Select the music. Select the music ahead of time and know how you want to introduce it to the group. If you run out of time, don’t force it. Introduce the music in the chat.

  • Familiarize yourself with the ritual. The consistent thing about Flow Clubs is that we always go around and share what we will be working on, and we always circle back to talk about how it went.

  • Play around in the demo session. You can test setting up your music and familiarize yourself with the hosting side of the platform

  • Take a look at the attendees info. Make note if there are any new members you can help welcome and orient to Flow Club. First time at anything is scary! Also take note of milestones to celebrate. We try to shout people out to celebrate, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100 sessions because it is impressive to have made that kind of commitment!

  • Keep it light! Work can be stressful enough, so we want to create an environment that is positive, celebratory and takes it easy.

  • Start and end on time. Start and end sessions on-time, even if themed programming is involved. This helps people know Flow Club as discrete, contained, predictable experiences that they can buy into repeatedly.