Aspects of time
- Time arrow apparently moves forward. One grows older and dies.
- Science fiction covered Time Machines (with which one can travel into the Past and Future).
- No one has found a Reverse Time arrow that moves backward. It might give us hope of anti-aging.
Kenneth and Lillian Galbraith — authors of “Cheaper by the dozen” — are known for their “Time and Motion Study” experiments.
For those who want to read but do not have much time, there are books such as “Five minute biographies”, “One minute manager”, and “Time management”.
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Time saving tips include
- checking emails and messages only at specified times
- classifying emails and messages by priority, urgency (e.g. to respond or take action)
- have a period of solitude (and without the electronic devices)