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THE TIME MACHINE.

IF IT WERE YOURS, WOULD YOU CHOOSE TO GO FORWARD? OR WOULD YOU GO BACK?

BUT THIS QUESTION – OF DIRECTION – PRESENTS A FALSE CHOICE BECAUSE IF THIS WERE YOUR TIME MACHINE, THE RIGHT ANSWER WOULD BE MORE. MORE TIME MEANS MORE EXPERIENCES. MORE OPPORTUNITIES. MORE CONNECTION.

AND BECAUSE TIME IS A CONSTANT – INELASTIC AND IMMUTABLE, HOW WE SPEND IT IS AMONG THE MOST IMPORTANT DECISIONS WE’LL EVER MAKE.

THE TIME MACHINE IS A VEHICLE FOR PERSPECTIVE. AND AN OPPORTUNITY FOR DISCUSSION. IT REMINDS US WE ARE BIGGER THAN OUR ATTENTION SPAN.

NOW THAT YOU’RE HERE, WE INVITE YOU TO LOOK AROUND. SEE HOW WE THINK. WHAT WE DO. AND PERHAPS MOST IMPORTANTLY, LET THE TIME TRANSPORT YOU.

What do you have time for?

The Gist Deep Dive

Good stories crack open our minds and hearts. They make us feel bigger than ourselves. They satisfy our hunger for wonder, wisdom and delight.

How long does it take to create a masterpiece? That’s like asking how long it takes to fall in love.

Time may be moving ever faster, but what defines good content hasn’t changed.

In short, pop-ups are cool. But issues creep up when the owner opens the lid and releases that electrified whisper.

There’s joy to be had when you’re losing your mind. The world’s filled with magic the non-jet-lagged can’t find.

We live in a time of transient communication, when messages are more often indulgent hits of dopamine than lasting investments in universal bonds.

While our ancestors might have been vigilant about location, as a means of survival we’re hyperaware of timelines. A call in two minutes, a meeting in 16. What can we squeeze into the tiny unscheduled frames?

Good stories crack open our minds and hearts. They make us feel bigger than ourselves. They satisfy our hunger for wonder, wisdom and delight.

How long does it take to create a masterpiece? That’s like asking how long it takes to fall in love.

Time may be moving ever faster, but what defines good content hasn’t changed.

In short, pop-ups are cool. But issues creep up when the owner opens the lid and releases that electrified whisper.

There’s joy to be had when you’re losing your mind. The world’s filled with magic the non-jet-lagged can’t find.

We live in a time of transient communication, when messages are more often indulgent hits of dopamine than lasting investments in universal bonds.

While our ancestors might have been vigilant about location, as a means of survival we’re hyperaware of timelines. A call in two minutes, a meeting in 16. What can we squeeze into the tiny unscheduled frames?

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