Do you wonder how time flies? Want to learn the secrets to slow it down?
With ground-breaking research, now you can live the longest year of your life!
Discover how to extend the good times and fast forward through the bad ones.
You will also get access to a FREE online test that can measure the speed of time in your mind along with The Ultimate Guide to a Healthy Brain Diet, to maintain an alert brain capable of slowing down time.
Inside the pages of this amazingly insightful book, you will learn how we think about time, what causes it to speed up, and how to slow it down to Make Every Second Count.
The Book covers things like:
- How our brains perceive time?
- Why time flies as we grow older?
- How famous athletes manage to perceive things in slow motion
- How certain aspects of our personality influences our time experience?
- How different emotions affect the speed of time in our mind?
- Ways to live in the moment and slow down time in our life
- And much more...
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This book presents the answers using the latest findings from neuroscience and psychology.
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Many books discuss time management; but few discuss the nature of the time being managed, or the mechanics of how to alter it. Fewer yet include a range of psychological reflections for introverts and extroverts alike, discussions of personal choices in how to spend time, or tips on how to handle memories and aging brains that perceive time as 'slipping away'.
Readers who anticipate a self-help approach or time management guide alone may be surprised and initially stymied by the healthy dose of supporting science and psychology behind these suggestions; but given how many lighter (and less informative) approaches are on the market, it's pleasing to finally see a book that intermingles self-help with science and delves into specifics at points where too many others would generalize. The result is no light discussion, but an in-depth read that pairs insights on evolutionary processes and the latest research with pointers on how readers can make the most out of time.
This book is the 'next level' in time management that many have been looking for: a concrete approach that pairs insights on time perception with tips on how to alter and better handle time's challenges.
- D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
The Power of Time Perception: Control the Speed of Time to Make Every Second Count by Jean Paul Zogby is an extremely thought-provoking and, in some ways, startling book about the fundamental nature and reality of time. Time is something most of us take for granted, not only in our daily lives, but as a fact that exists. In The Power of Time Perception, Jean Paul Zogby shows us that time is interlinked with space in fundamental ways and, even more surprising, that the concept of time itself is created by our brain and mind and may very well be the ultimate illusion in a certain sense. The book is divided into four clear sections: how we experience time, the factors responsible for our individual perception of time, time as experienced in relation to the past and future, and how we can manage or control time to make every second count when needed. This book is a rare find that draws upon various fields and combines the metaphysical, psychological, and neurological aspects of the perception and meaning of time.
I loved reading The Power of Time Perception and, in fact, there is so much information to take in and ponder over that I would probably re-read certain sections again. I was very surprised to realize how much we take time for granted and think of it as a fundamental aspect of reality when, in fact, it may or may not be so. But what Jean shows through this book is that one can learn to make every second count when needed and, basically, make the most of the life that is given. I also loved hearing about the research conducted in the neurological and scientific fields presented in this book. I could then apply this new knowledge to the metaphysical questions regarding time and everything made more sense. A very well researched book that I would highly recommend!
Reviewed by Gisela Dixon for Readers' Favorite
Based on the bestselling book 'The Power of Time Percption' and in collaboration with neuroscientists, a short online test is presented that can ass the speed of time in people's mind, based on certain aspects of their personlaity.Click here to check out your perceived Speed of Time