This guide teaches the reader that time is subjective, not objective, and that the reader can take back control of their life by changing the way they think about time. "Time shifting" shows how by relearning how to live their life, the reader can have more time for their family and their job.
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Try taping the word "now" over your watch, and you'll get an idea of what Stephan Rechtschaffen means when he speaks of time shifting. It is time awareness, not time management that leads to more pleasure, more productivity, and even more time. Time Shifting shows us how to control the speed of time so that life stops passing us by.From the Publisher:
"Stephan Rechtschaffen elegantly demonstrates that by learning to make conscious decisions in present-centered awareness, we can create joy in our lives and become masters of our own destiny. Highly recommended."
--Deepak Chopra, M.D., author of The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
"Stephan Rechtschaffen offers an original, transformative message of vital significance to our lives and these times."
--Daniel Goleman, M.D., author of Emotional Intelligence
"In our fast-paced, overscheduled world, we so easily lose touch with a capacity we all share, a capacity that should never be lost: the ability to live life to the fullest. By focusing on our experience of time, Stephan Rechtschaffen offers an unusually insightful, commonsense approach to recovering this priceless gift. --Jon Kabat-Zinn, Author of Wherever You Go, There You Are
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Book Description Rider & Co, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0712671269