News from the World Economic Forum back a few years ago informed us that there were officially more senses than the 5 we know. I have been dealing with this directly or indirectly in all four of my books, and so does Psychology, Cognitive Linguistics, as well as Neuroscience, by making contributions to the biological, philosophical, emotional, and subjective way we all experience Time.
When I invented the term ‘Chronoceptive Increase’ and formed a method to accomplish what the title says, it was out of the most basic of motives: Some of the top-level professionals I was asked to assist had a distorted sense of time due to a most distorted sense of who they were, what they were up against, and what was the true measure of their greatness.
If you are interested, you need to read the books and learn the practices. But there are a few things I can share as a preliminary teaser: Time is of such value, that the results you produce depend on it much more than they depend on your talents, abilities, connections, or funds. In my first book, I mentioned how successful individuals look at the watch, it says 01:43 am, and half an hour later they look again and it says 01:48… If you are wondering how come 30 minutes have past and the watch indicates 5 minutes past the previous moment, you should also wonder what this highly successful person is doing up and working at 1:48 am…
The question is simple: How do you measure time? By the clock, or by the events you create per moment? How do you view your Life as a whole, how do you give Meaning in life, and how do you find your Purpose? One must always remember that although Productivity does not guarantee Quality, high productivity is essential for the creation of quality work, quality products, and quality services. The great composers like Beethoven and Chopin, for instance, did not create any masterpiece by making one draft.
Inevitably, Chronoceptive Increase affects numerous other crucial parameters of aspiring winners, such as the notions of Failure, Success, Victory, and Mortality. By the way, Success and Victory are more far apart than Success and Failure. And do not bother about Mortality for now because figuring these out intellectually is not enough. Which is why I created my 3rd book ’10 Questions Success will Ask’, a daily guide for you to practice so that you understand all this instead of learning it.