What Businesses and Games Have to Do with Fractals

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The more I turn my projects and activities into games, the more I observe the following. Even a small part of my project, however tiny, could be considered as a separate game.

What defines a game are the goal, the rules, the feedback system, and voluntary participation. Everything else is an effort to…

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Any business or organization can profit from perceiving their business processes and workplace as gameful environments that they can adjust to make them exciting, engaging, fun, kind, and of great value for all involved. This publication discusses how to make that possible.

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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 → optimistwriter.com

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