In The Dance of Time, Let The New Replace The Old.
Think Outside the Clock
In the grand waltz of existence, the concept of 1440TIME™ emerges like a refreshing melody, urging us to redefine our relationship with the hours we are given. It's not merely about the relentless ticking of a traditional clock, but rather an invitation to celebrate each of the 1440 minutes that compose our days in what I call the "Daydial". The same as the sundial This philosophy heralds a departure from the old, where hours loomed over us like milestones, toward a reality where every
minute pulses with potential. It's a transformative perspective, a clarion call for mindfulness that asks us to cherish the present as a series of distinct and precious opportunities. In the dance of time, we are encouraged to let the novel rhythms of 1440TIME™ guide us to a life where the new replaces the old, reminding us that in every fleeting moment lies the possibility for joy, for change, and for life itself to be reimagined.
Become a Master of Time: Unlocking the Power of Time Perception
Dive deep into the mysteries of the mind's clock.
Why does a year seem endless in youth, yet elusive in later years? Think of life as a journey on a long road. When you first start out, every bend, every tree, every town is novel and new. The sense of newness makes it feel longer like the trip is taking forever. By age fourteen, you’ve seen many towns and trees, but there’s still plenty of newness to capture your attention. By 40, 50, 60, and beyond, however, you’ve traveled so much of the road that new sights become rare, the familiar stretches make the journey seem faster since there’s less novelty to slow down your perception. Ultimately, it’s not about the speed at which time marches, but the rhythm of our heartbeat within it. So, as the days, months, and years cascade like sand in an hourglass, let us remember: Time’s essence isn’t in its quantity but its quality. It’s not about counting the days but making the days count, ensuring that every tick of the clock resonates with purpose, passion, and presence.”
There are only two clocks! One starts at birth, the other counts down by 1,440 minutes daily, which amounts to about 44 million minutes total in your life if you make it to the age of 84 as illustrated on Bertrand Planes Life Clock below.
1440TIME™ makes time tangible and measurable. It keeps you in the now all day, every day. The breakdown of fractal units or minutes (1,440) and having them countdown provides the “secret sauce” needed to expand the hidden potential that exists in all of our lives.
of urgency. That drive sets the self-motivated apart from the spectators of life!
But most important 1440TIME™ keeps you in the NOW! The only place you want to be!
If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. — Dr. Wayne Dyer