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The difference between the players in the 2 games

The players in the finite game just see their goal. The players in the infinite game play on the long term, to remain in the game as long as they can.

The difference in this 2 mindsets can be seen in this era, with the covid. The brands that played long-term, thinking about the client and not their own benefit, will keep their clients in this hard times


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Finite vs infinite games

A finite game is a game where we have defined set of rules, a limited number of players and a timer to say when the game is over. An infinte game is a game where there are always changes in the rules, unlimited number of players and no timer.

In the first one the game ends and the players c...


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The flexibility keeps you in the game

If your company remains stubborn and won't try to keep up with trends, in the end, it will fail.

Very good example: BlockBusters who refused to evolve and take as example the new created firm, Netflix, to start selling subscriptions and not just renting). 30% of their profit came from the l...


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The life is an infinite game

A finite mindset is to set your goal in life to be the richest, to be the smartest, to be the greatest. And what you are willing to do for that? To steal, to fight, to hurt people

An infinite mindset is to live to help others. To make their life more beautiful and your happiness will come f...


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The vision is the key

The vision is very important in any field of our lives. As the name suggests it, the vision is something you can visualize in front of your eyes and will guide you to achieve your goal. Without it, you are just a feather in the wind

A limited vision won't get you far. If your vision include...


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Businesses often try to play in the finite game. They will strive to a sales metric or a competitive feature to their opponent. This is futile and will only end with burning though resources and willpower.

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The Game of Mehen

  • Named after the Egyptian serpentine deity, Mehen is also known as the Egyptian Snake Game and was played between 3100 to 2300 BC.
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  • Also known as Twenty Squares, this 4500-year-old game, first unearthed in ancient Mesopotamia, is impressive in its complex rules and intricate design.
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