The Psychology of Time: Improve Your Life With Your Outlook on The Past, Present, Future

This weekend I stumbled on a fantastic (and short) Ted Talk by psychologist Philip Zimbardo, who was the lead of the infamous 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment.

He says “happiness and success are rooted in a trait most of us disregard: the way we orient toward the past, present and future” and “suggests we calibrate our outlook on time as a first step to improving our lives.”

The talk riveted me … so I went and found the accompanying book to dive in deeper titled “The Time Paradox: The New Psychology of Time That Will Change Your Life.”

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