RTL 06: Relationship To Time: Minutes vs. Moments, Here & Now

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In this next episode, I explore our relationship to work — What does work mean to you?

I address questions such as:

  • How and when did your relationship to time begin?
  • What does time mean to you?
  • How do you use time? What’s the best way to use it?
  • What’s a healthy relationship to time look like?
  • What are your old beliefs about time? What do you know to be true today?
  • What other relationships does it affect?

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I don’t have time” is not a true statement. We don’t need more time. Time is all you have.”― Jullien Gordon

How can some moments go faster while others go slower? We have the ability to expand time. Time is not linear when you’re doing what you love and or are with people you love..”― Jullien Gordon

Time is a man-made concept that we created to break up eternity.”― Jullien Gordon

“I’m breaking this idea that work is for money, or work is just based on time.”― Jullien Gordon

“The time is always now.”― Jullien Gordon

“We all have 24 hours but most people don’t feel free to spend time how they want to.”― Jullien Gordon


Join the Conversation

I do not claim to be a thought leader on all of these subjects, but I am a thought breeder. My favorite part of doing these podcasts is participating in the conversation they breed. Each week, I ask one question. This week, it is this:

Define what Time is to you. What is time to you, and what do you believe about it? How has your relationship to time changed over time? Share your answer on , , or .

This Week’s Challenge

This week’s challenge is to simply track your time. I want you to get a weekly timegrid and track how you spend all 168 hours this week. At the end of the week, review how you spent your time and ask yourself a question Bob Marley asked us in his song “Exodus”…”Are you satisfied with the life you’re living?”

This Week’s Inspiration

In this episode I mentioned a TED Talk you can watch here:

  • Song: Bob Marley – Exodus

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