
How to Convert to Flowtime?


You can begin the switch to flowtime by using the flowtime clock on this page and on the homepage of Flow Research at www.flowresearch.com. Begin to think in terms of 100minute hours and 100 second minutes. You will be amazed at how much you can accomplish. Flowtime is here, and it is only a matter of time until it is widely adopted by those who understand its advantages! You will also find it to be a valuable mental exercise to calculate flowtime in your head. In our age of calculators, we have too few occasions to exercise our mathematical skills. Computing flowtime in your head gives you a good way to build up your mathematical skills. Give yourself at least a week to make the mental shift over to flowtime. Here are some useful links in case you want to read more about decimal time: http://www.bobulous.org.uk/udt/ http://www.sizes.com/time/decimal_time_units.htm Note: If you look at these links, you will see that other proposals for decimal time also try to institute 10 hour or 20 hour days. It is my belief that this will not work, while using decimal time for minutes and seconds works very well. I am not aware of anyone else who has made this particular proposal. The following table provides a minute by minute conversion from regular time to flowtime, using the 2:00 hour as an example. In the table below, Flowtime is rounded off to the nearest minute. The same conversion can be used for any other hour. See Flowtime Timetable as a standalone page (formatted to print on one page)




