Despite generating billions of dollars in revenue and absorbing billions of hours per week, many still regard games as frivolous. The truth is that human beings are built to play—our brains are wired for the kind of experience that games provide—and play is just another word for learning. This also means that we can play games with the systems that govern our real-life activities, and that when we do, we’re more engaged and likely to succeed. In this presentation, Aaron Dignan shares how games can help enhance performance.
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