The success of newsell comes from how it exploits the fundamental physics available to all business people — TIME and ENERGY.
Between the past and the future lies the only moment of time you can control … the present. The present is that unique moment in time when the future collapses back into the past.
In order to spend time you need to be able to control time, and the only moment for spending time is . . . Now!
Modern physics tells us that there is always an unlimited number of possible futures coming towards and at each particular moment. We ‘choose’ one of those futures … Now!… and that selected future then becomes the unalterable past.
Now! is the moment in time when the future becomes the past.
Measuring things is one way of controlling them. Units of measurement enable us to better manipulate things to our useful advantage. For example, kilometres enable us to control distances, kilometres per hour enable us to control speed, days help us to control time. With units of measurement, the smaller the unit the greater degree of control.
So, we come to the concept of what I call ‘Cybertime 24/7’: the shift from measuring time in days to measuring it in hours.
In a week there are seven days and we know them by their individual names (the names are another form of measurement). These days are familiar and useful chunks of time. Their only disadvantage in spending them is their size. A day is so large and bulky, it can be quite cumbersome to spend. We lose patience, or interest. We get tired, distracted or bored.
If only we had an easier method of controlling or spending time . . .
Cybertime 24/7 makes this possible by giving each hour its own name just as each day has its own name. Suddenly a certain hour is important because it is unique. It has its own name and cannot be confused with any other hour. Just as Monday is a unique day and never gets confused with Friday, in Cybertime 24/7 a certain hour never need be confused with another hour. Each hour can be planned and spent in its own way. So what shall we call these unique hours of time? What names shall we give them?
Since there are only 168 hours each and every week, why don’t we (just for convenience) give each hour its own unique number. That way we can identify each hour as a special unit of time and be free to spend it as we please.
In the Cybertime map, Monday goes from Cybertime 1 to 24. Tuesday is Cybertime 25 to 48. Wednesday is Cybertime 49 to 72 and so on. Spending Cybertime
Each of us gets a fresh deposit of 168 hours in our personal Cybertime account each week. We can either spend it ourselves or others will spend it for us. Because Cybertime is measured in hours, it is more flexible, more manageable and easier to spend. You can budget Cybertime just like you budget your cash flow. You can plan Cybertime for work, for health, for family, for friends, for yourself, for training, for entertainment, for maintenance, for fun, or for nothing! The main point is to spend it yourself.
Cybertime 24/7 is that point in time and space where one of the possible futures collapses into the actual past . . try to be there when it happens!