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Dealing with Cheaters in Game Thinking

Dealing with Cheaters in Game Thinking In creating and organizing my work in strategizing dealing with cheaters has become a major element of my work in game thinking. I’m always surprised when a “so-called” skilled game player complains that another player has cheated but can’t really prove that it is so. Often ...
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Using Life Coaching to Reduce Stress

Using Life Coaching to Reduce Stress One of the great benefits of game-based thinking in a life coaching is the reduction of stress. All of us experience stress now and then.  That feeling of psychological and emotional strain and pressure.  Small amounts of stress may be desired, beneficial, and even healthy. Positive stress helps improve ...
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Are You Dysfunctional? A Life Coach’s Perspective

A Life Coaching client asked me recently, “How can you tell if someone is passionate or just obsessive?” This is not an easy question to answer, because some people live on the border between the two. For me, a person with passion is hyper-focused on a vision, experience, or a ...
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Wellness Coaching, Game Theory and Transformation

When I speak of coaching, game theory and transformation I am generally referring to creating a system for spiritual transformation. Of course, each of us has a different concept of what it means to be spiritual. Generally speaking, we can say that spiritual transformation is a fundamental change in a person's ...
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Country Living in NYC – Applying Game Theory

When I coach clients in HAGT (Harrison’s Applied Game Theory) I am always looking for ways to help them increase the joy in their lives with as little struggle as possible. For me game theory is not about just strategizing to win, but rather an approach to creating scenarios where ...
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