Welcome to Gamer Be. In that article we show if game is a game for life. but life is a game and we played daily.
When I say life is a game, I’m not talking about the board game Life (although it’s a fun game). I mean your real life.
Like a board game, there are rules, goals, and different ways to “win” in life. The game table is your environment and the game part is you.
Just like in a game, winning in life is not about rolling a dice or drawing a card. It is a cumulative process, with ups and downs.
The better you learn to play this game of life, the happier, more fulfilled, and better you and everyone around you will become. One remarkable moment can lead to another, and each moment can bring new hope.
To play this game of life well enough to achieve those wins, you need to understand the goal, how to play and of course…how to win!
Objectives of the Game of Life
You can’t play a game well without knowing what you’re trying to achieve. Playing without a clear goal is like dribbling across an endless, endless and goalless football field. It can be fun for a few minutes but you will quickly lose interest.
The first goal is to enjoy playing. Games are for fun and so is life. You cannot be successful in the long run if you are not satisfied with what you are doing.
The next goal is to play strategically. You cannot approach the game of life arbitrarily and aimlessly. Think deeply about your strategy and plan carefully how you will achieve your goals. Give yourself the flexibility to adjust your strategy and change direction if needed, but focus on how you will win.
The third goal is to continue to raise standards. Unlike other games, the game of life only ends when you die. To keep the game interesting and progressive, you must constantly set new goals and create a new future for the way the game is played.
Of course, the ultimate goal is to win. Victory is determined by one thing…you. You need to figure out what success and happiness mean to you. Play the game your way and make sure that your success is your success, not someone else’s definition of success.
How to Play
To be successful in a game, you need to understand how the game works. The game of life is particularly complicated in this respect, as there are so many different rules and strategies to play. However, there are some basic universal strategies that you can use.
Hard work is the basic requirement of this game. It gets you a seat at the gaming table and gives you a chance to compete, but you need a little more to win. Although most people work hard, they often only reach 80-90% of their true potential. Outliers can yield returns almost 100% more often than other outliers. When the opponent tries their best, the Featured One gains additional equipment and can gain additional levels. They can dig deeper and summon 110% at the most critical moment. They are never overworked.
Always Move Forward
You cannot win the game of life by standing still. Nothing in this game comes to you. We have to go. If you stand still, the opportunity will pass.
Continue to take strategic moves that move you forward and ensure that you get up more often than you get knocked down. Champions never give up, never give up and never wait for an opportunity to come their way. They capitalize on the moments that matter or they create them.
Choose Your Direction
Don’t move just to move. Be intentional with the direction of each step. Like any great team or player, you control the game and force others to respond to you.
However, sometimes your decision can be based on a response decision you are forced to make. That’s part of the game. Excellent people are able to turn around and respond strategically while continuing in the direction they went. They have a unique ability to learn and apply lessons in real time while continuing to play.
Expect and Embrace Challenges
In this game you will sometimes encounter pain, loss and failure. It is an unavoidable aspect of who we are. Accept these difficulties as best you can and use adversity as a driving force towards victory.
If you waste your energy avoiding challenges, you won’t have the energy, time or focus to play the game well. In this case, you are playing a game of minimizing the bad instead of enjoying the good. Most teams or individuals lose because they are too busy trying to protect what they can lose instead of weighing what they can gain.
Always Be Positive
Competition is everywhere in this game. We all have desires, wants and needs, and we must compete fiercely to get them. Compete every day, not only with others but also with yourself.
Everything that happens in your life is ultimately your responsibility. You have a right to celebrate successes and you have a right to learn from failures. If you don’t get the results you expected, take responsibility and try to do better next time.
Everyone wants to win. Even fewer know what it takes to truly compete. Standouts go beyond competing, they dominate!
How do you Win the Game?
Let’s start by determining the loss. At the end of life, loss is the gap between what you get and what you really want. A real defeat is a lesson and an opportunity to play again but this time with more experience.