There are only 24 hours in a day, and you have to sleep through at least some of them, so how does one buy time?
Time is constant, but one’s perception of time is not. New research suggests people can expand time by doing something that sounds completely counter intuitive: Give time away.
Studies show that people who spend more of their time helping others suddenly feel that they have more time for themselves.
Click here to read more about it from the Stanford School of Business.
“When individuals feel time constrained, they should become more generous with their time — despite their inclination to be less so,” the Stanford article says.