Everything we do today affects the future. Because today is the present and tomorrow is the future. But as soon as tomorrow gets here, today is already our past and tomorrow is the present. It happens that quickly… one day at a time. I guess that’s why we always hear the saying “Time flies.” Because it kind of does. But how much time do we really spend thinking about the future? What will next year look like? What about 3 years or 5 years from now? Do you have some goals you want to achieve? And, what if we step outside ourselves for a second to consider how our actions today affect the generations to come in the next 10, 20, 30 years? What kind of world do we want to leave for our children? See, we find it strangely curious that the word “Futuristic” wasn’t used till about 100 years ago. We know, for a fact, that the concept of past, present, and future has been around a lot longer than that. And, of course, the keeping of time and the calendar date back more than 100 years. But it wasn’t until around 1915 that the word “Futuristic” found its way into the English language. So, today, in celebration of it’s Centennial Celebration, we think it is time for all of us to GET FUTURISTIC. The future matters… and not just for us.