The mindset of optionality is a good one. However, keeping options open often means not committing. This results in doing many things at once and failing to commit to anything, which as we all know, results in achieving nothing at all.
Most of us are used to the notion of thinking. But how many of us frequently rethink our thinking? Challenge our thinking? Rethinking is hard… But just…
In video games, when you are fighting the big boss, you might have to try many many times before succeeding in beating it. In real life, behave more li…
Habits put you in the autopilot mode. Autopilot mode can also make you miss key events. The key then is to strive for the SWITCH MODE between the autop…
The Game of Life is all about being as happy as you can and having as much fun as possible. But that doesn’t mean get comfortable (unless that’s what y…
In most games, there are something called the logbook. The logbook is simple — it tracks all your actions (decisions) and results. So… what is the logb…
Game of Life sounds great. But how does it translates to real-world practicality? One way that works for me is to see yourself as a unique gaming chara…
My goal with this week’s newsletter is to come up with a 1-minute explanation of what lifestyle gamification is (around 130 words) and hopefully I can …
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