“We make decisions based on what we think we know.” – Simon Sinek
There is a common saying about assumptions: when you assume, you make an ass out of you and me.
Here’s the hard part: we make assumptions all the time.
One of my all-time favorite games is Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. In this game you play as Dracula’s son, Alucard, who enters his father’s castle to stop him from terrorizing humanity. This entry in the Continue reading
Konami is going through some crazy things right now. The organization seems to have lost touch with its identity.
Maybe you have felt the same – I know I have.
This episode of the ClassicallyTrained Podcast explores a very practical exercise that you can do to find yourself again.
I also reflect on some of my favorite Konami games.
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Mentioned in the Show:
Interview with David Hayter
Interview with Rika Muranaka
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As I continue to explore the intersection of life, leadership, and video games, I would be terribly remiss if I did not speak about a key component and source of joy in my life: music.
Now at first, those not familiar with video games might find this to be a strange thought. In fact, if you are thinking about early games like pong and Continue reading