Tag Archives: psychology

Dragon Boating – Easy to learn, difficult to master

 

“Games should be easy to learn and difficult to master. They reward the first quarter and the hundredth.”

-Nolan Bushnell

  This design philosophy has historically and successfully been applied to video game creation since it was first coined by Atari’s Nolan Bushell in 1971. However, today I am going to apply it to dragon boating as I see it to be the reason why this...
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Do What You Can, With What You Have, Where You Are

  My mouse stopped working the other day. No big deal. Right? But I spend at least 4 hours a day typing and clicking. Whether it’s writing for this blog, researching or just responding to emails, I click, roll, zoom and drag a lot. Fortunately, I didn’t let the dumb broken mouse stop me. This time it was my mouse but, in life, little obstacles come up that try to...
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Are You Ready for Change?

 

Change.

That word. That scary word that drives some of us to build a fort with couch cushions and hide there forever. But is it what you need to take your performance to the next level? Fear changeFirstly, you need to be clear on what it is that you want to change, what is holding you back and...
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