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Gameful Life

If You Struggle with the Word “Scope,” Think of a Telescope

How gamefulness can help you understand complex concepts

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I recently taught a business class in the frame of a bachelor's program for authors, filmmakers, and game designers. There, we needed, among others, to talk about the scope of their creative products, in other words, their books, films, TV series, games, and others.




Living a gameful life means approaching anything we are up to or what comes our way as if it was a fantastic collection of games, of which we are both designers and players. This publication is by Victoria Ichizli-Bartels. For more see and subscribe to

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Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

Life gamer, life coach, top writer, author, engineer; originator of Self-Gamification — an art to turning life into fun games →

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