In a first, I’ve posted every week of 2020! #FeelsGoodMan
Out of all of those, I want to share my thoughts on the ten most-eyed posts of 2020 👀 What’s changed, what’s the same, you get the drill.
This is my attempt to boil down characters to the essentials of what needs to be known. A character sheet still needs the four sections “Self, Seem, Story, and Stuff,” but there’s more wiggle room, especially on “Self,” on what a given game IP ought to include.
(Note card-sized sections are pictured for reference.)
My joy of a game system, BITS delivers a faster pace of gameplay, simpler arithmetic, but a thorough set of possible outcomes for any action. Here I talk of the dice, the math, and other factors in resolving conflict in the system.
Back when I could upload podcasts, I outline twelve actions that remove stress and improve decision making. These are points that are recommended by the best performers and thinkers in our society which I have also tried out personally to great success 😁
My first publication of a tabletop role-playing game. (Check the second part for downloads.)
I’ve come a long way in terms of knowledge and technique for making games (specifically TTRPGs), yet this first system has a special place in my heart ♥
I go through the folks that I constantly learn from, folks that you can gain from, too!
The cast includes Gary Vee, Timothy Ferriss, Jocko Willink, Jordan Peterson, Paula Pant, and more!
There are a lot of disgusting, dangerous things being said to downplay or misinform about the current global pandemic.
One hit me so hard on social media it took me days to get over the audacity of it. Then I wrote a blog post in response 😉
One thing I’d add to this post: You can’t give someone lung cancer from your lung cancer condition. You can give COVID-19 to another without even knowing you have it. Therefore, this is another point that comparing COVID to other diseases as a means to render mute the concerns (and lives lost) of the pandemic is not just infantile and uninformed, it is dangerous.
Surprised that this isn’t higher. I got on the bandwagon of a summer hashtag that had folks sharing salary in different industries.
I went farther, breaking down role, base pay, take-home pay, inflation to 2020, and normalizing to a national cost-of-living.
Check the data out yourself to have a reference point in your own salary negotiations 😊
I fled Las Vegas to the wilds and eventually the East Coast in May. What’s written retells my journal entries for the trip, including a very eye-opening understanding of poverty in the forgotten, decaying rural sections of America.
I wish I had this guide when I started in the professional sphere.
What’s inside is a step-by-step formula to calculating what you ought to be paid along with surefire ranges you must ask for when negotiating pay.
It’s dangerous to go about with ignorance when it comes to money. Take this insight along for the ride.
If you’ve missed out on these crowd-pleasers, it’s not too late! I also recommend checking out the other posts – you’ve plenty of content to gleam from.
What has been your favorite post? Which articles would you recommend I read? Let me know! Cheers to your 2020 wrap-up ~