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There are two major eras in my career: B.D.A. and A.D.A. No, I’m not talking about federal regulatory rules. I’m talking about David Allen, the guy who has empowered hordes or creatives like me to focus for two minutes at a time. I first discovered David’s book Getting Things Done about three years ago. While […]
In this installment, we get to see what archaeologists do on their days off. And what do they do? Explore the ruins of ancient churches, of course! David explores the inside of a three-story tower and manages to squeeze his way out for a final sign off.
Our tour of Jerash goes from micro to macro as David and the team fly over the town in a Huey helicopter. No narration necessary. Just enjoy the view!
To demonstrate how his work skills “measure up,” David examines a granite pillar in Jerash. His next examination turns political as he asks “would you trust ‘Winkie’?” Then comes a milestone in the team’s discovery. Actually they “uncovered” three milestones–of the Roman variety. This is video you’ll have a hard time finding anywhere else!