1) During a predetermined timeframe you are aiming to learn something or practice something already known but yet not achieved.

2) The defining of hierarchy through a series of movements that the one talking understands in a way that they can dominate subordinates.

(From Kathi Weeks’ “The Project of Hope”  in the chapter “The Future is now: Utopian demands and temporalities of hope” from the book “The Problem With Work: Feminism, Marxism, Antiwork Politics and Postwork Imaginaries”)

Comment on: “The solution is to ‘redeem the past’ by willing it, or, as Nietzsche describes it, by transforming every ‘It was” into ‘But! willed it thus! So shall I will it'”
Proactive contra reactive. Instead of reacting to the past we “will” the past as a part of what is and will be. It is circular. We regain power by being a continuous part of time instead of rejecting it as something outside of us. We are part of a constant material in endless time.