Today’s episode is an interview with bestselling author Chris Barton!
Chris Barton is the author of the picture books SHARK VS. TRAIN (a New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestseller) and THE DAY-GLO BROTHERS (winner, American Library Association Sibert Honor), as well as the young adult nonfiction thriller CAN I SEE YOUR I.D.? TRUE STORIES OF FALSE IDENTITIES. His 2014 publications include picture book ATTACK! BOSS! CHEAT CODE! A GAMER’S ALPHABET and his YA fiction debut as a contributor to the collection ONE DEATH, NINE STORIES, and … Continue reading
The Chinese say: “It is the strong swimmer who most often drowns.” It is because the strong swimmer overestimates his abilities and underestimates the strength of the river.
- Mei Ling, Metal Gear Solid
Inspirational and motivational quotes from video games on ClassicallyTrained.net
SMART Goal with Super Mario? As we approach a new year, it is a great time to start thinking about our goals for 2015. What does Mario know about goal setting? Quite a bit if you pay attention to what he does in Super Mario World.
Today’s podcast will help you succeed in 2015 with SMART Goals.
What are your goals for 2015?
If you do nothing, you will lose nothing. A craven way to live… If you can really call that life. I, for one, cannot.
- Aya Brea, Parasite Eve II
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In a time of assassins, warzones, battles and conflict, a unique voice rises. It’s not yelling or screaming – it’s more powerful. It’s a whisper. It’s the voice of a child and his family. It’s the story of a family confronted with miracles and loss, with hope and sadness.
This is a video game about many things: cancer, pain, anxiety, sadness, joy, faith, and love.
It’s also about hope in the face of what every parent dreads: the loss of a child.
The About … Continue reading
Kellee Santiago is the Developers’ Best Friend at OUYA. She has spoken at universities and conferences around the world on game design, production, and entrepreneurship, and most famously engaged film critic Roger Ebert in a discussion on video games as art with her TEDxUSC talk on the subject, and she was named one of the Top 10 Innovators to Watch by Variety magazine, and was one of The Ten Most Influential Women in Games of the Decade on Kotaku.com. In 2011 she was named as one of the top 100 most influential women in technology by Fast Company.
In this interview, Kellee Talks about:
- How technology has changed the way we interact with games
- The importance of developing yourself
- The role of flow theory in game development and in life
- Emotions in video games
- How failure in one project can lead to greater success in the next
You can follow Kellee’s work on her website HERE – http://kelleesantiago.com/
Mentioned in the Podcast:
Journey Collector’s Edition (Includes flOw, Flower, and Journey)
A great summary resource on Flow Theory in Games, found in Jenova Chen’s thesis – HERE
Interview with Patrick Stafford
View Kellee Santiago’s TEDx:
Knowing it in your head doesn’t mean much if you don’t act on it.
- Sanae Hanekoma
Video game quotes from your favorite games. Inspirational and motivation quotes about life and leadership from video games every Wednesday.
It’s been a while since I’ve featured an update to my reading and playing list, so this one is long overdue.
Rather than try to catch up on the great books and games that I’ve been reading and playing lately, I want to just focus on the few that have captured my attention during the month of November.
I’ve been a fan of John Maxwell’s leadership writings for quite some time but … Continue reading
How do you want people to remember you when the ending credits for your life roll by? This episode includes a powerful technique I learned from Dr. Marshall Goldsmith that you can use to change the entire direction of your life.
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Thank you for playing. And see you next.
- From the Ending of Ninja Gaiden
Video games quotes to motivate and inspire your success at work and in life.