What's on your List? Are you a time traveler?
Yes, you should get more exercise, have more fun and plan a weekly date night, but you really should consider becoming a time traveler. Why? Because it extents your perception of time and therefore your perception of life lived. Who doesn't want to live longer, even if only a perception?
Brian Chesky, Co-founder and CEO of Airbnb recently wrote about a conversation he had with Charlie, a frequent traveler.
Charlie: “Brian, I travel because it makes my life seem longer.”
Brian requested Charlie to explain.
Charlie: “When I am on my death bed, I want to look back at my life, and have all these vivid memories. I want them to be full and different every single day.”
Per Brian's article: Repetition doesn’t create memories. New experiences do. Our perception of time is really driven by our perception of the unfamiliar, vivid and new. .... A way to slow down time is to travel. Travel is a new experience that can transport you out of your everyday routine to create memories with the ones you love.
"When I look back on my life and the experiences I have had, I think back to these journeys. I remember every one of them. They are vivid life experiences that I shared with the people I care about. My life is longer because of the journeys I have taken."
Read the full article here: How to Time Travel [ https://medium.com/@bchesky/how-to-time-travel-b604096d5ed0#.pjqwrofws ]
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