Do you want to get into sync with the natural cycles of the day and year?
Our current method of time keeping, which derives from the ancient Roman system, has lost many of the original features that made it so successful.
The Roman system took into account the solar and lunar cycles and the seasons, something we rarely do in our modern lifestyles.
Simon Young's "Roman Timetable" is a brilliant combination of history, biology and a logical method of improving your productivity and increasing clarity. This book has truly given me new insights to improving quality of life, I highly recommend it.
~Arthur F Carmazzi - Ranked as one of the world's top 10 Leadership Gurus
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Roman Timetable Ebook
This is the website for the ebook, Roman Timetable: Increase your Energy, Efficiency and Focus
The ebook is an engaging and entertaining work which is both a manual and historical reference. It shows you how to incorporate the Roman timetable into your daily life, increasing your energy and efficiency. It also includes descriptions of the festivals the Roman celebrated throughout the year.
The ebook contains full colour reproductions of paintings depicting the ancient Roman world, as well as photographs of sculptures, frescoes and architecture of the era.
Find out how the Romans managed their time and had fun, while they conquered the world.
Roman hours calculator
Below is an online calculator for determining the Roman timetable for today .
Have you calculated lately? I'm giving away 10 free copies of 'The Roman Timetable' ebook for your thoughts on living to the Roman Timetable. Simply write 50 to 100 words about what you think, and I'll send you a voucher for a free copy in exchange that you can use or gift to your friends or family. Write to me at email@example.com wth your thoughts. (Simon)