• Sumo

Usually associated with planning or strategy. I  believe its much broader, i.e., considering your very next move/comment -whatever- which we do often do, unconsciously…rarely very thoughtfully as  chess teaches. Chess helps you get comfortable with the clarity of the “next”, and its consequences. Then, we can consider or do, our response [the second move]. I have know leaders who easily do several @ once, first.  Well…. two is hard for some of us….4 or more is likely top level chess playing?!?!? So the focus is not to teach chess, but point out the importance of this ability, and considering if you will work @ acquiring it! Its’s linked on our list of topics to understand/perform better….#3 ,9, 13, 15, 20, 26 and 30 @ least. Chess is one way to practice/grow!

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