Posts Tagged ‘gsummit

  As many of you know, one of the most popular blog posts I’ve written on this site discusses how I used gamification principles to help me get a job at Google. This blog post quickly spread to Hacker News, Business Insider, and gave me another opportunity to speak about gamification at GSummit! (Note: None […]

Those of you who saw me speak on goals and gamification in June know that I’m a big fan of using gamification for projects requiring large bursts of motivation that one might’ve had trouble finding otherwise.¬†Since that talk back in June, I’ve been refining this gamification system with every use (mostly on smaller projects related […]

  Introducing Kaizen If there is one concept that I feel embodies everything I’ve learned about personal development and effective change, it’s the Japanese concept of Kaizen. Taken from Wikipedia: Kaizen, Japanese for “improvement”, or “change for the better” refers to a philosophy that focuses on continuous improvement of processes in manufacturing, engineering, game development, […]

Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking at¬†GSummit, a conference on gamification and loyalty, which took place in SF. While there, I met a variety of inspiring entrepreneurs, accomplished executives, and unique companies (and the food was fantastic, no joke). Although the conference had a strong focus on applying gamification to business, I had […]




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