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We talk about time all the time; in fact, it is the most used noun in the English language. Yet, we have a very limited understanding of what time really is and find it difficult to explain it. The clock itself has become essential in our lives and having a shared idea of what time is has been critical for the evolution of our societies.
However, time also comes with frustrations: we never seem to have enough of it during our busy days, we are bothered about our big life clock ticking too fast, and we are saddened by the lack of long-term considerations by decision makers. So, can we somehow maintain the good aspects of time and deal with the bad, by gaining a better perception of what time really is? This book looks at time through ten lenses in order to grasp a better understanding of it, as well as laying out the benefits of getting rid of our self-imposed bad time habits.
Author: Jacob Dahl