On his 30th birthday, Cesar Kuriyama quit his job in advertising. At the same time, he started a project: “One Second Every Day” for which he edits together one second of footage from every day of his life into an ever-expanding project. As he explains, it’s a project he plans on conducting for the rest of his life. ”If I live to 80, I will have a five-hour video that summarizes 50 years of my life,” “At 40, I’ll have a one-hour video of my 30s.” Sometimes, he says, it can be difficult to narrow down his choice to just one second, but as the project has gone on, he has become ever more convinced that this is a way he will remember and reflect on his life forever. It seems like a great technique to support lifelong - lifewide learning and personal development.