Improving my Relationship with Time

Our relationship to time is above all a question of perception and choice, even before the question of organization and the tools and tricks I will give you later on.
Most of our contemporaries say they are short on time and feel the constant stress of a tight day-to-day agenda. In this course, we will take a step back to become part of these efficient workers who live a peaceful relationship with time. We will discover the keys to a balanced life.
Is it you who controls time or does it control you?

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Time is speeding up! Funny expression when we know that there is nothing more stable and linear than time. Seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, and years will always have the same measurement. It is our relationship to time that is, in fact, shaken. Caught in the spirals of collective pressure and technology. Spirals that question the organization of life and work in the future.

Westerners and especially city dwellers are known to be in a hurry, always stressed out, chasing time. But why are we running more than before? We run because we want to do more today, than we did yesterday. So the real question is: why do we want to do more? I have three answers. We want to DO more because we want to BE more. We want to do more because we have to (we are afraid). We want to do more because we don’t want to let anything go.

What is our relationship to time? It is very personal. It is often linked to our age, our environment, our energy of the day, …
Sometimes it slips through our hands, sometimes it represents boredom. Sometimes it pressures us, sometimes it serves us. We will see in this video how time is above all a perception of our mind and how we can make it an ally, having our time at our disposal.

In an era where we’re running out of time, it is necessary to reduce our daily to-do list. To focus on the essentials. But what is essential?
All the “aspects of us” have a say in this and are contradicting each other. You need to rest, no, you have to help your child with their homework, and who else is going to cook dinner? In this video, we will discover what can help us get back to “our” essential: to relativize, to live in the moment and follow the wisdom of the elders.

«A little impatience can ruin a great project,” said Confucius. Many wise men and philosophers argue that impatience is not only painful but, more importantly, unproductive. How can we tame it so that it becomes a true driving force instead of harming us?
In this video I will cover the topic in 4 points: one, the impatience crisis, two, releasing the pressure, three, letting go of perfectionism, and four, trying the antidote to impatience: gratitude.

This video is part of a two-part series that offers you the keys to (re)gaining the balance between your personal and professional life.
This first part takes stock of the current situation and deciphers the source of life balance difficulties. Understanding the stakes of time in the new digital era, apprehending the excessive ambition of this hyperactivity, acknowledging the role of public services and companies, no longer trying to perfectly balance everything, and escaping from guilt.

Second video of the two-part series on work/life balance. Here is a practical guide that will help you choose and prioritize, delegate more, think about yourself, and finally set boundaries and negotiate, both at work and at home with your family.
Lots of practical advice.

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