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This is the 2nd in a short series of blogs informed by a day’s workshop on Narrative Coaching with Dr David Drake.
How does one measure time? Is it via the precision of an atomic clock or the passing of the seasons. Maybe you divide time in to work and play or night and day? There certainly seems to be a relentless pressure on our time. Many of the devices invented were thought of in order to save us time, washing machines for example or computers. Many of us live in a world predominantly organised by chunks of time, punctuated by deadlines, many of them not of our own making.
It was interesting therefore to hear David state that
“Time is elastic, its about the quality of our experience, not the duration”
David was talking about how clients order time in their memory but I want to focus…
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