I’m so excited to share with you the introduction chapter to my new book – Mastering The Game: What Video Games Can Teach Us About Success In Life. The full book will be available in March 2015 on Amazon. To stay updated on launch date and more, please subscribe here or on the book’s site: allegamy.com.
Now please enjoy the Introduction chapter from Mastering The Game: What Video …
This post is part 5 of the #YourTurnChallenge based on Seth Godin’s book What to Do When It’s Your Turn
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This post is part 4 of the #YourTurnChallenge based on Seth Godin’s book What to Do When It’s Your Turn
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Before we get too far into …
I personally have a strong distaste for education video games. Actually, I hate them. Here’s why:
Poor execution. The genre of game know “edutainment” suffers from not clearly understanding what it should be.
The worst offenders in this category try way too hard to be educational AND a video game, but end up failing at both. Here’s the real problem –
The Teaching Game Knows That it is …
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.
2015 is my year. It’s actually your year as well (in case you don’t know).
It’s time to ship.
Earlier this year I participated in Chris Brogan’s My 3 Word exercise, where participants choose three words to define their year. My words for 2015 are Share, Shift, and Ship.
Anything sound familiar about word #3?
Seth Godin’s book: What To Do When It’s Your Turn (and it’s always your turn) gave …
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 …
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.
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.
Don’t miss it!
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: