Time To Be Cruel? Why It’s Time To Set Our Clocks Differently

When it comes down to culture clashes, the tussle over time often is most revealing. Think about how you gauge your own tardiness. How acceptable is it to be late when you are going to : a dinner with friends … Continue reading

Why email communication doesn’t work! The key to getting your communications right

Time management has to be one of the biggest issues in today’s business world. Whether it is about “managing” your time or, more philosophically, knowing more precisely what you really want to achieve in your life, people everywhere are struggling … Continue reading

Intelligence and Time – why do we exist?

I watched the film LUCY last night. The premise of the film is delightful: what if we were able to use our full intellectual capacity? What if we be able to activate 100% of our brain’s computing power? While I was … Continue reading

Words are so revealing: Time says it all!

WIth my long-time love of words, especially when it comes to translation, I thought about how the French translate the word “timing.” The word the French use is “delai” or “delay.” How ironic!  Certain words can have such a way … Continue reading

Running Out Of Time? What Your Biological Clock Does To Time Management

Time to reflect I recently saw the new Scorsese film, Hugo. While I didn’t like the film particularly (see the review here), time is certainly a central tenet of the film. Clocks abound. Hugo keeps winding {us} up the clocks… … Continue reading

Romain Jérôme Watches at BaselWorld 2009

I love watches.  Maybe it’s a guy’s thing and/or maybe it’s because guys don’t have much “jewellery” to bandy about.  In any event, I was struck by a couple of things in a recent article in Le Figaro (“Des montres … Continue reading