Tag: comfort zone

The Importance of Failure

Two students train at a martial arts school. One fights only students at or below his level, and has an excellent win-loss record. The other fights only students above his level, and has a terrible win-loss record. Which one is learning faster? – Overheard at a martial arts seminar When was...

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Know Your Comfort Zone, Then Step Out Of It

I am incredibly comfortable improvising an entire game session with no notice, plan, or preparations.  Show me a table of players wanting to game and I will GM them!  I love to improvise, and I am really good at it.  I could improvise every single game I run for the rest of my life. I realized...

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Step Out Of Your Comfort Zone

My greatest mistakes and achievements as a gamemaster seem to occur more frequently in stituations outside of my gaming norm. For example, when I GM at a convention I notice that I have to focus more on reading the player’s motivation, because often that person and I have just met. When I...

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