In this presentation, Philip Zimbardo "conveys how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being. Time influences who we are as a person, how we view relationships and how we act in the world." Going by the reviews, Zimbardo develops this idea more fully in The Time Paradox. At its best, the book seems to illustrate the many ways in which our approach to time shapes us (as do our approaches to death, family, justice, etc.). However, I am rather wary of his promotion of an "ideal" approach to time for a "better" life.