Tell me: do the Daily Mind Games do it for you? I know I have a smattering of readers out there, so please! Give me some feedback. Do you like the format of the posts? Too short, too long? More posts, fewer posts? Be honest - I can take it. I think :)
I ask, because I fear the DMG-format may have run it's course. For starters, It's actually very difficult to conceive of, and write up a game every day. I do have a full-time job :)
In addition, many of these concepts are better thought of powerful habits, rather than isolated "games", although I do think it's important to focus. In any case, I think I sometimes fail to get my point across when I just rattle off a game. Instead, I may be better able to communicate with a pithy "article", complete with useful links and references to support my claims.
Finally, posting every day may be over-kill for you, the reader. I wouldn't even want to read my own posts at this rate. I know for a fact that my own family can't keep up! Not a good sign.
So, the plan is that this will be the last official Week of Metacognition at The Happy Homunculus. Moving forward, I'm going to try experimenting with some new ideas and new formats, while continuing to do an occasional Daily Mind Games to wrap things up. Hopefully you will find these changes to your liking, dear reader. As I mentioned already, I would really appreciate some comments. If I don't hear anything, then I'll assume that either no one is out there :) or that you're excited to get some new stuff.
Until then, let's review this last official week of games:
Week of Productivity, Level 2
Day 1: Approach - Where are you going?
Day 2: Game Time - Fun, at work.
Day 3: To-do to Goal - What's the point?
Day 4: Kudos - Small rewards.
Day 5: Unschedule - Big rewards.
Day 6: This Is For You - Not you, them.
I'm tuckered out. How about you?