I’ve got all the time in the world…
– Popful Mail
Time is funny – it spends itself, regardless if you plan to use it or not. So how are you using your time?
Are you always in a hurry, or do you have a sense of ease?
When is the last time that you thought to yourself “I have all the time in the world?”
I personally can’t remember thinking a thought along those lines in over five years.
Then again, maybe you are waiting. Feeling stuck. If that is you, then here is what you can do in the meantime.
Check back each week for more video game quotes about life and leadership!
This post is part 2 of the #YourTurnChallenge based on Seth Godin’s book What to Do When It’s Your Turn
Previous Posts: Day 1
What would you quest for? What is more important to you?
It’s one thing to be willing to die for a cause, but there an entirely different level of commitment required to be willing to live for something.
It’s easy to stand … Continue reading
Living in the U.S., it’s pretty natural to celebrate Thanksgiving – but I think no matter where you live, we all have this in common: we have a lot to be thankful for, and there are many times that we do not express or even think about all that we do have.
Here are some silly little things that I am thankful for as someone who enjoys video games:
“I wish I had your problems.”
Have you ever thought something like this?
Did you know that someone out there is probably thinking that very thought about YOU?
The more we “have” in life, it seems, the more trivial our problems can become.
1st World Gamer Problems
- I’ve got too many games, I don’t know which one to play.
- I master the offline mode, only to get slaughtered online.
- I memorize … Continue reading
Some of my very best memories of gaming (and current fun as well) involve other players. There was something really special about the multiplayer games of the 80’s and 90’s. To start with, all the players had to be in the same room, usually using the same TV screen to play.
A Bluetooth headset and online gaming just does not capture the fun of playing a game in the same room as your friends – it is … Continue reading
Free Game Friday
I want to give you my video games.
Each month, I’ll be giving away a retro video game, mailed to one luckly individual’s house, at no cost to you.
So if you are interested, here is what you need to do to enter:
1. Leave a comment below about your favorite post from ClassicallyTrained.net
2. Share this post on Twitter or Facebook
The winner will be selected and … Continue reading
I am taking you down a trip on memory lane – let’s go all the way back to the Summer of 1994.
At this time Blockbuster Video was still and actual store where you could rent movies (on VHS) and video games (on a physical cartage).
Do you remember the movie The Wizard? The one where Fred Savage competes in a video game competition and Super Mario Bros 3 was unveiled? Well, the Blockbuster World Championship was pretty much the same thing…
Well, minus the Power Glove.
Anyways, the tournament was split into Continue reading