Tag: #time

FUTURE ANCIENT RELICS: WHAT WILL BE THE VISITED SPORTS SITES 1,000 YEARS FROM NOW

“They will eventually come to visit and not watch.” the new colosseum The Colosseum was a stadium where numerous sporting events took place during the hay day of the Romans. Built by the Flavian Dynasty in 72 AD, it could only be described as…

RUNNING ON EMPTY: DO YOU FEEL YOU DON’T HAVE ENOUGH TIME WORKING

“I just need more time.” work work work The majority of Americans work a 40 hour work week. Now there are those that work more or even less, but the average is 40 hours. With 168 hours in a week, 40 seems like so…

ARTISANS STILL HAVE A SPACE: WHY CRAFTSMANSHIP IS STILL RESPECTED

“Might be a dinosaur, but not a dead dinosaur.” I am always impressed whenever I see the craftsmanship of people throughout history. I work at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. And there is artifacts designed and built by man that…

THROUGH SIMILAR EYES: HOW WILL THE FUTURE LOOK TO MY GENERATION IN OLD AGE

“What will tomorrow through my eyes look like compared to them today?” You ever wonder what the world looks like through the eyes of a person whose been on Earth a very long time? And when I say long, I mean someone who is…

FAST FORWARD: WHY WE WANT TO SPEED UP TIME TO SUCCESS

“No one wants to wait, we just want to be there.” Success takes a lot of time; sometimes more time than we are willing to wait. Don’t you wish sometimes you could just fast forward your way through time. Well, at least until you’re…

WHERE DOES THE TIME GO: HOW TIME TICKS AND MAKING THE MOST OF LIFE IS IMPORTANT

“Keep yourself busy, time surely does.” Get up, go to work, come home, eat sleep, do it all over again. So many people have a daily routine that consists of the same thing day in and day out. Never trying anything new in life,…

THERE’S JOBS, YOU’RE JUST NOT QUALIFIED

“Where do I begin to look?” In the United States today, the topic of job creation has been┬ásuch an issue it was an indicator into Trump becoming president. But do we really have a job problem like we think we do in America? Or,…