The Game of Life: Revenge – October 17th, 2019

Do you remember the “Revenge” space on the board game, The Game of Life? Depending on your answer to that question, I could probably guess how old you are. The game as most of us know it was released in 1960 by Reuben Klamer and Bill Markham. It included spaces like “Revenge” and “The Poor Farm”, but has seen many … Read More

The Game of Life: STOP! – October 10, 2019

This week we continue our series based on the popular board game, The Game of Life. Last week we discussed a valuable lesson we learn from board games about “playing well with others”. This week we will be discussing something that is very unique to The Game of Life, the “STOP!” spaces. On the board game are several “STOP!” spaces … Read More

The Game of Life: Playing Well with Others – October 3rd, 2019

Board games are a great family activity and one that my family enjoys very much. Researchers of adolescence have shown that playing board games as a family can have several positive effects on children. Here are 5 reasons you should play board games: Board games make you smart. Playing board games increases brain function. Just like physical exercise makes our bodies stronger, … Read More

You 2.0: Why We Refuse to Update – September 26th, 2019

Are you a laggard? Do you even know what a laggard is? A laggard is someone who makes slow progress and falls behind others in the acceptance of change or innovation. Laggards are the most resistant to change and do so only when forced to adopt because everyone else has. Supposedly laggards make up 16% of a population. The rest … Read More

You 2.0: Reallocate – September 19th, 2019

So, you have $86,400 in your account and someone stole $10 from you. Would you be upset and throw all of the $86,390 away in hopes of getting back at the person that took your $10? Or move on and live? Right, move on and live. See, we have 86,400 seconds in every day so don’t let someone’s negative 10 … Read More