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:
In today’s ClassicallyTrained podcast, I am excited to share with you my interview with Simon Sinek – best selling author and thought leader.
In this episode, we discuss:
- The upside of video games
- Simon’s visit to Nintendo headquarters
- Why safety matters in gaming and innovation
- An important key to success that Simon has noticed due to video game
Simon Sinek’s Books:
Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action
Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t
Simon Sinek’s Website:
Simon Sinek’s TED Talks
Why Good Leaders Make You Feel Safe
How Great Leaders Inspire Action
To Download a copy of the Transcript of the interview with Simon Sinek, click here:
(Access to my other bonuses included as well!)
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It’s often sad to hear of a person’s unexpected passing, life is short, no matter how long it lasts.
I was reminded of this yet again with the passing of Robin Williams yesterday. Now, I’ll admit, while I was not the biggest Robin Williams fan, I really did enjoy much of his work. Of course there are many areas where my views about the world differ, but I enjoyed many of his …
“I wish I had your problems.”
Have you ever thought something like this?
Did you know that someone out there is probably thinking that very thought about YOU?
The more we “have” in life, it seems, the more trivial our problems can become.
1st World Gamer Problems
- I’ve got too many games, I don’t know which one to play.
- I master the offline mode, only to get slaughtered online.
Free Game Friday
I want to give you my video games.
Each month, I’ll be giving away a retro video game, mailed to one luckly individual’s house, at no cost to you.
Last month @TheFresherest (via Twitter) won Ms. Pacman for the Sega Genesis.
This month’s Free Game Friday is Punchout!! for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).
Here are the two steps you need to take to enter:
Some of my very best memories of gaming (and current fun as well) involve other players. There was something really special about the multiplayer games of the 80’s and 90’s. To start with, all the players had to be in the same room, usually using the same TV screen to play.
A Bluetooth headset and online gaming just does not capture the fun of playing a game in the same room …
I’ve always had music tastes that were a bit outside the popular music scope – sadly there are many groups that I love whose names would draw blank stares from many strangers (and most of my friends, too).
I’m O.K. with that, except that often the very talented individuals behind the music deserve far more attention than is often granted.
I better stop before I start really sounding like some kind of arrogant …
Tetris is a timeless classic.
Millions have indulged an obsession with dropping blocks to form an unbroken line. Even before Angry Birds and Candy Crush, non-gamers and gamers alike knew Tetris. Over 125,000 Million copies of the game have been sold.
Tetris is pretty amazing. It’s applications are near endless.
For example, did you know that Tetris can:
Help you stick to your diet?
Help overcome Post Traumatic …
This is the heading where I will share with you some of my favorite games. This is not a formal review, as much is it is a commentary on what games I have really enjoyed playing.
Do you have a game that you just love going back to and replaying? When you think back to a game that has a lot of good memories for you, what game comes …