Tag: infinite games
Consistency is better than intensity
I stole the above quote from a lifestyle blog. I will not be sharing a link as the post contains statements that, if taken directly, can cause an autistic person to misjudge a situation they are in. But I thought, isn’t it just another way of saying we need to play an infinite game? Or,…
Infinite games – again
If I can give you a bit of advice people, whatever you’re trying to achieve, think about it like an infinite game. One that has no end point, no win and just focus on playing. That’s our equivalent of neurotypical ‘thinking long term.’ I hope that helps!
Infinite games – The Company example
I used to be obsessed with revealing The Company name. It’s not like something can happen to me, is it? The truth is on my side – I used to tell myself. At the same time I used to be petrified to tell anyone about what happened, even my psychiatric nurse. I thought that The…
Infinite games part 2
What about them, you may want to ask. What I am just about to say applies to your entire life but I’ll give you a particular example: have you ever been guilty of ‘infodumping’? I mean the situation when you throw everything you know about discussed subject on the person you’re speaking to. Even if…
Infinite games – part 1
Waiting to be filled in – a surprise possible. I know it’s early in my blogger career to promise surprises but you never know. In short: we need to replace finite games we’re playing with infinite ones and everything will become easier.