FOLLOW Game On: Framework for gamification
Identify The Problems and address them like a game
Designing the Basic Framework Challenges - problems and challenges you face and habits you want to build. Activities - tasks you need to perform to overcome your challenges and build new habits. Rewards - points that will help you accomplish milestones and redeem rewards. Variable Rewards - it is okay to just receive smaller rewards every once in a while. Assign points every time you accomplish a goal. Maintain a progress system to help you see your progress to reaching your goals and unlocking rewards.
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Have you ever wanted to hit the master reset button on the console of life, blow the dust off your cartridge, delete your saved game slots, and see if you can create something new and more awesome? Well, in the summer of 2012, I decided to play a new game-and you can too.
Developing Your Own Life Game Live the game you dream. Make your own Playbook. Identify the “epic players”, the current “quests”, the “bosses” and the “countermoves” in beating them. Experi... Gamify Your Life Cheat Codes
#1: Define your
success and failure norms.
#2: Measure your
progress with numbers.
rewards and punishments for every outcome.
#4: Keep your game
#5: Go for the
#6: Make your game
beautiful and be inspired to play it.
#7: Know when you're in-game and when you're
chilling. FOLLOW 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.
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. 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. 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) FOLLOW 4 Ways to Stop Beating Yourself Up, Once and For All
If you are like most people, you know your inner critic all too well. It is the voice in your head that judges you, doubts you, belittles you, and constantly tells you that you are not good enough. It says negative hurtful things to you-things that you would never even dream of saying to anyone else.
Replace Self-Criticism Our brains automatically look for evidence that matches up with what we believe about ourselves, but often disregards other evidence to the contrary.
To break this automatic tendency, ...
Talking back to your inner critic is an important part of taking away its power.
Telling the critic you don’t want to hear what it has to say begins to give you a sense of choice in the matter. Separate The Critic From You Self-criticism isn’t innate to us, it’s internalized based on outside influences, such as other people’s criticism, expectations, or standards. It’s a habit that can be unlearned or controlled.
One way to separate yourself from the self-criticism is to
give it a name. Doing so, you better positioned to free yourself from its influence. Deepstash is better on the app. Discover new ideas and get inspired daily. GET THE APP SIGN IN