Harvey Schachter “On time, and time management” reviews for Canadian Government Executive (April 2006) some books. A key sentence from the review:
The ancient Greeks recognized a difference between chronos, the form of time we measure through clocks, and kairos, which is ‘the right time’ — the point at which everything changes […]
The mention of turning points is preceded by a section on ‘Leadership Time Travel’ where one finds the injunction to learn from history:
You need to use the past as a powerful ally, setting the agenda for today and allowing learning opportunities from the mistakes that were made.
The past is a key and the key to the past, a passage.
And so for day 179