How does our attitude towards time impact our thoughts, our motivation, our behavior and our life?
Does our attitude towards time have something to do with happiness or motivation? What about our decision for our work-life balance?
Is there a difference between places, cultures or generations?
How we can reconcile these differences?
We have many tools that were supposed to help us save time and still we are complaining about the lack of time. In fact, research indicates that farm wives in the 1920’s, who were without electricity, spent significantly less time at housework than did suburban women, with all their modern machinery, in the latter half of the same century.
We live longer but we still feel we have not enough time for everything. We stress over this. How is that possible? Can we change it?
This workshop will give you a few keys about:
- Time perspective concepts of the new psychology of time
- Time perspective and goals
- You will find out your specific time perspective profile
- Specific exercises/interventions on how we can adapt and equilibrate your time perspective in order to have a harmonious, fulfilling and meaningful life.