Time is flying... it’s only 99 days to the end of 2018 🙈😮
Everyone is in owe ‘how quickly time flies’ so the most obvious question is clearly 👇
🧐 How can you savour time and stretch good experiences?
I’ve been studying a lot about creating experiences, rewiring our thoughts and training your mind to perform better, live more intensively and go beyond our own limits to be more @impaccctful for the greater good.
A recent podcast was the perfect summary of what we can do to ‘make time go by ‘slower’ and this is exactly what I’ve been practising for a while and now want to share:
👉 Simply knowing that something is coming up leads to higher anticipation for it and you looking forward to it .
👉Call it out that you’re enjoying yourself and make the connection what it is you’re enjoying about the experience .
👉The more memories you have about a certain occasion, the more it stretches out the pleasure and time .
👉Notice details about the event and tell someone else you’re enjoying yourself
👉Be mindful about Artefacts about the event - eg listen to a certain song because it is linked to a certain pleasurable memory .
Time is highly elastic and it can be stretched to accomodate what we want to put in ✌️ .
Find a certain amount of time for activities you want to do ➡️ treat whatever you want to achieve as priority and create time for it 👌
👉 It will stretch to accomodate whatever you want to do (binge watch...) .
I don’t have time = it’s not a priority ➡️ be honest with yourself 🤨
People often don’t know their priorities and time keeps passing
Reflective activities (for me it’s gratitude before I fall asleep and when I wake up as well as writing a post it note daily with 5 small activities I’m looking forward to for the day) is what
captures moments and experiences to relive situations which I then share with others.
How do you make the most of your time? ⏳👇
Beautiful Lenticular clouds throwing their shadow onto the Cote d’Azur on yesterday’s flight back from IBZ.
These clouds are formed by wind blowing over the alps in a southerly direction, creating what is called mountain waves. Every time the wave pushes the air upwards, the water in it condensates (due to colder air on top) forming these lens shaped clouds.
You can follow the shape of the wave as every time the air blows upwards there is a new cloud formed. These waves can travel up to over 200km away from the alps
Fall is just around the corner here at the NXTRND compound and we have some exciting ideas brewing for the winter season🤯 What have you guys been up to? Comment below and make sure to click the link in our bio to join us in our journey to the top⬆️⛰