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Dynamic Systems

Everything you do in life is interconnected. As Charles Haanel put it, The law of cause and effect is so tightly linked that the effects of out every thought can be felt years ahead of us as they inevitably influence our every situation and circumstance.”

Okay, this game is pretty straight forward, brought to us by our friends at King.com and created by Lorenzo Nouvaletta with glorious music by Brian Sadler, all you are going to be asked to do is help guide a nice little steel ball on its path into a lovely little wooden bucket. Simple.

But the means and mechanisms of this journey are the interconnected workings which would bring a tear to the eye of a watchmaker.

This game is straightforward and challenging enough that it can be easy to miss the Laws of Success Principles Illustrated here-in, which, succinctly put: Every Action, No matter how small or insignificant you make or take in life has an appropriate reaction.

People love to go on about how, “Every action has an equal reaction” but we all know that isn’t true. As Einstein put it so well, “The single most powerful force in all the universe is the nature of compounding forces.” Hungh? It means that some actions may have small consequences, while others called “lynch pin” or “catalyst actions” can give rise to cascades of consqequences more far reaching than even the largest most powerful mind can conceive. You see, a tiny little action may give rise to a long chain of events, a long chain of results and consequences in your life, far more vast than those things which it immediately toucches.

In this game, allow you mind to expand in order to embrace and overcome the challenges and obstacles, but more than that, apply these same principles to your life, see how the tiny smile of hello and warm greeting you gave a friend or colleague this morning can echo and cascade ten thousand times subtly, yet dramatically changing the outcome of… everything…

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