If you’ve been keeping up with my latest articles, you’ll know the talk of the town is tablet gaming. Following on using this ‘theme’ I’m going to share the 5 key ideas that temple run has educated me in about business/life in general. This may appear to be quite a bizarre connection but continue reading!
Despite what folks say, very few people want to get a top score on Temple Run for that pride it brings them. They want it for them to brag to their friends and claim some form of 1 high on them. This got me assuming that usually it’s difficult to locate motivation for a task when all it brings is personal gain. It’s much better to take a look at friends achievements and hang out to beat them. Exactly like the goals I brought up earlier, it helps to stay focussed and motivated.
Take Breaks. My frequent wrist cramps figure out that typically it is best to have a break, obtain it of your mind and are avalable back later to grab where you left of. Countless times I’ve experimented with ease my wrists and thumbs back to motion whilst playing, simply to cause inevitable failure. A simple ‘pause’ won’t suffice. Leave the full game on an hour and are avalable back to it. Using a fresh approach to the game and anew found focus it’s going to be quicker to continue. This is correct for so many business scenarios. In case a particular problem seems ‘unsolvable’ it is important to just drop it to get a bit and are avalable back later.
Patience. A low-cost overnight success because it’s likely that it won’t happen. However tempted you might be to delete the App and remove all evidence that you ever tried,do not do it. Although you may only bet additional numbers every day or two or even each week, you will become better with time and practice. It’s so easy to quit right away because we feel we now have ‘failed’ but ultimately, (thinking back to the medium term) were better off. Patience is a real virtue.
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