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Friday, October 18 • 12:40pm - 1:40pm
How to Find Time

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Living in the 21st century, we have more “time-saving devices” than ever before, and yet no one seems to have enough time. Many people live in a state of extreme time poverty. Life seems to be getting more wound up. With the nature of work changing radically, and our natural rhythms and sleep cycles more distorted than ever, the ability to take time off or to find time to do what we value most is at serious risk. Meanwhile, we are increasingly anxious that human time is itself running out.

In this provocative, philosophical, and ultimately positive talk, Martin Boroson explores the way we experience time, how our understanding of time has changed over time, and even what “time” really is.

Martin will also share with you the one simple mindshift you need to finally start getting a grip on time. For the real key to time management lies not in the clock, or in any device, but in the very thing you have most control over: your state of mind. And while the modern crisis of time is not going away, it does offer a profound opportunity: to learn how to play with time, expand time, and appreciate the time you have.

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Martin Boroson

Founder, The One Moment Company
Martin Boroson is the creator of One-Moment Meditation, the playful, profound, and practical approach to meditation training that helps people break through the time barrier and tap the power of just one moment of focused attention. Martin’s cartoon, “How to Meditate in a Moment... Read More →

Friday October 18, 2019 12:40pm - 1:40pm PDT
Room 318-19