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On time : finding your pace in a world addicted to fast

Blyth, Catherine2017
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Catherine Blyth reveals why time sped up, why there never seems to be enough, and how to make it yours again. We have more time than ever: each one of us can expect 1000 months on this planet if we're lucky. So why do we feel time-poor? Our world is addicted to fast and we have become its servant. Instead of grasping the liberating potential of technology, many of us are locked into a doomed race to outpace hurry. Blyth combines cutting-edge research from neuroscience and psychology with accessible stories - from Leonardo Da Vinci to Usain Bolt, Aristotle to Anna Wintour, and Kant to Keith Richards - to reveal timeless truths about humanity's finest invention.
London : William Collins, 2017.
324 pages ; 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.
9780008189983 (hbk)
Dewey class:
529529 BLY
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