Most of us would want to be on time for everthying we do .But the fact is that its practically unfeasible to be disciplined .A very common practice by most of us is that we intentionally set the clock fast by' 10 min 'so that we are “ahead of time” in our activities.We may think it’s really' silly', 'wierd'! We are aware of the fact that the clock is set ahead, so will this really work out? Well, the answer is “yes” in some of the cases and also” no” in many. We usually get accustomed or conditioned to certain routines in our lives. One among them would be to repeatedly see a clock to do activities; may it be getting up from the bed, doing our regular work, getting ready to office/school/doctors’ appointment /meetings anything for that matter. So your brain is set to the clock for everything you do and you automatically rely on clock for everything. When in this circumstance, we tend to often overlook or forget the fact that the clock was set ahead, and we feel we have 'lesser time' and utilize the available time and move faster. But this isn’t always the case. All of us are very “genious”and sometimes do not forget what was needed to!We indigenously are aware of the fact and purposefully delay doing things and this is where we really mess up and end up in a disaster.
But this technique really works out when a person is not aware of the fact that the clock is set fast. You can try this out with your loved ones and figure out their vivid reactions! But I think trying the other way round (setting clock behind time) is really going to be a challenging experience!what say?