Get the Most in Life and Work with Gamification - Deepstash

deepstash

Beta

Deepstash brings you key ideas from the most inspiring articles like this one:

Read more efficiently

Save what inspires you

Remember anything

Get the Most in Life and Work with Gamification

https://producttribe.com/productivity/life-gamification

producttribe.com

Get the Most in Life and Work with Gamification
Have you ever tried to set your own record time while working on a boring task? Tried to beat your previous commute time? Do more in a half-an-hour session, or reward yourself after finishing a project? While even these simple ways of using gamification in life can bring tangible results, professional gamified products can go much further.

5

Key Ideas

Save all ideas

Be a Game Master

Be a Game Master
Attach rewards to your to do list. 
  • Reward yourself for fulfilling one or several tasks

Use surprise rewards.

  • Determine a reward by chance.

Engage in time-based challenges

Make a deal with your friend.

  • Challenge and motivate each other to finish a task

147 SAVES

269 READS

VIEW

Gamify Your Business

Gamify Your Business

Product Gamification

  • Add new features to a product to make it addictive when used.

Marketing Gamification

  • Gamify experiences to increase loyalty among existing clients.

Workplace Gamification 

  • Train employees and help them grow into a leader.

131 SAVES

259 READS

Gamify Your Life with Apps

  • Do It Now (RPG To Do List)
  • Habitica/HabitRPG (Boosts General Productivity)
  • MindSnacks (Language Learning Apps)
  • SuperBetter (App for Tracking a Single Difficult Goal)
  • Fitocracy (Workout Fitness Log)
  • Productivity Challenge Timer
  • LifeRPG (Task List Based on a Mission-Oriented Approach)
  • EpicWin (RPG-Style To-Do List)
  • Life Strategy (Life Managing App)
  • Thirty – Get Inspired (Habit-Building App)

281 SAVES

436 READS

What Makes Games Addictive

  • Epic meaning and calling to finish a mission.
  • Development and accomplishment inspires us to finish the game.
  • Empowerment of creativity to bring imagination to life.
  • Ownership and possession of rewards.
  • Social influence and relatedness or envy.
  • Scarcity and impatience to have things we don't have.
  • Undpredictability and curiosity of what the next challenges are.
  • Loss coins and chances and avoidance of failure.

178 SAVES

288 READS

Lifestyle Gamification

Lifestyle Gamification

It is when you to turn a task into a game to motivate yourself to finish it.

It motivates the "player" to chase after rewards as he gets points and achieve new levels with new challenges.

145 SAVES

303 READS

SIMILAR ARTICLES & IDEAS:

Game On: Framework for gamification

Game On: Framework for gamification

Identify The Problems and address them like a game

Designing the Basic Framework

  1. Challenges - problems and challenges you face and habits you want to build.
  2. ...

Requirements To Enter Flow

To enter flow, you need appropriated self-control, environmental conditions, skills, task and rewards. Besides that, you must know what you’re doing, be able to see whether or not you’re ...

Mihaly Csíkszentmihályi

Mihaly Csíkszentmihályi

"In the flow-like state, we exercise control over the contents of our consciousness rather than allowing ourselves to be passively determined by external forces."

Self control to trigger a state of Flow

To get into a state of flow more often, we need to be able to increase our level of control over our consciousness:

  • Find standards to determine whether any action you’re going to take is desirable towards getting into a state of flow.
  • Self-control and flow depend on immediate feedback; find ways to constantly monitor your performance and adjust as you continue.
  • Be wary of your mental energy. Define your work schedule to account for the variations in mental strength throughout the day.

7 more ideas

The weekly review

It’s dedicated time to think about the past week, reflect on what went well and what didn’t, and plan for the week ahead. 

It’s a chance to get aligned with your goals and ensure ...

The 3 parts of a weekly review

  • Get Clear: process all your loose-ends.
  • Get Current: make sure all your items are up to date.
  • Get Creative: come up with new ideas to improve how you live and work.

Benefits of weekly reviews

  • You gain an objective view of the week: a weekly review forces you to practice intention by taking time to pause and reflect as you consider what you did versus what you planned to do.
  • You become proactive in planning: a weekly review isn’t only a retrospective, but a prospective too. It lets you run through the upcoming Monday to Friday proactively.