29 min

Slow, Quiet & Present Exactly Enough Time

    • Self-Improvement

This month in Live Your Story we are asking, “How can I be more present with time?”
Time to truly ponder such a question seems as rare as the quest it proposes and yet if we don’t at least try to better understand where and how we spend time, we fail to fully experience life. I’ll tell you one thing I know for sure: The world with its cacophony of noise isn’t going to help us slow down and be quiet without our choosing those things and I want the ability to do both, frequently.











In today’s episode I want to dip my toe into the topic of time and the possibility that we can speed up or slow down our perception of it, that we can—even in a very noisy world—seek moments of quiet reflection and greater sensory awareness to more fully immerse ourselves in present moments.
I’m asking whether a “good time” is really the goal, or is it a “mindful time” that would allow us to experience and remember moments with greater enjoyment.





Join me for July or the full Summer season in Live Your Story! Use code LISTEN at checkout and you won’t be charged for the first 30 days. Come see what we’re all about.





Here are some LINKS to explore:The Fluidity of Time Scientists Uncover How Emotions Alter Time Perception
Gordon Hempton, The Sound TrackerMindful Adventure Travel with RecalThe Quietest Parks in the U.S.

This month in Live Your Story we are asking, “How can I be more present with time?”
Time to truly ponder such a question seems as rare as the quest it proposes and yet if we don’t at least try to better understand where and how we spend time, we fail to fully experience life. I’ll tell you one thing I know for sure: The world with its cacophony of noise isn’t going to help us slow down and be quiet without our choosing those things and I want the ability to do both, frequently.











In today’s episode I want to dip my toe into the topic of time and the possibility that we can speed up or slow down our perception of it, that we can—even in a very noisy world—seek moments of quiet reflection and greater sensory awareness to more fully immerse ourselves in present moments.
I’m asking whether a “good time” is really the goal, or is it a “mindful time” that would allow us to experience and remember moments with greater enjoyment.





Join me for July or the full Summer season in Live Your Story! Use code LISTEN at checkout and you won’t be charged for the first 30 days. Come see what we’re all about.





Here are some LINKS to explore:The Fluidity of Time Scientists Uncover How Emotions Alter Time Perception
Gordon Hempton, The Sound TrackerMindful Adventure Travel with RecalThe Quietest Parks in the U.S.

29 min