How and why do you collect watches?

I watched a TED talk by Bill Burnett … so I decided to share some of his ideas and connect them to watches. Firstly: Why do you collect? What do you collect, exactly? How do you see your collecting journey today, in a year, in five years? Secondly: take your response to the first part, and try and find parallels with your original answer about your ideas on the meaning of life.

Watch collecting and happiness

In general, it turns out that happiness is fairly heritable, but there is of course more to it than that. Here we will talk about some basic nuances that will affect your happiness, and describe how the variability in your happiness is affected by external factors. Finally, trying to connect it to watches, the argument and variability is largely a function of the company you keep, and what you are exposed to most frequently.

Why we owe it to ourselves to spend quiet time alone every day

Every morning I wake up between 04:30 and 5:00, and then head out to the gym for about 60 to 90 minutes. Aside from the obvious health benefits this routine is likely to bring, I find that there are consequential benefits which I wasn’t acutely aware of until I gave it more thought. This habit…