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#1: Define your success and failure norms.
#2: Measure your progress with numbers.
#3: Assign rewards and punishments for every outcome.
#4: Keep your game simple.
#5: Go for the win!
#6: Make your game beautiful and be inspired to play it.
#7: Know when you're in-game and when you're chilling.
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If the goal is meaningful, it will transform you. You’ll be more confident, mature, capable of seeing even bigger adventures, and empowered to pursue them.
A quest might end better than we imagine or disastrously. Either way, there’s always another adventure if we’re willing to pursue it.