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A board with 64 squares, 32 pieces on it and a set of rules about how each piece can move; can there really be that much to it?
We definitely think so and we’re about to explain why it’s often used as a metaphor for planning your next move in business, war, or life. Like any of those things, if you want to come out on top you have to think rationally and out-maneuver your opponent. It’s of little wonder that famous fans of the game include great military strategists like Napoleon, Winston Churchill and business leaders like Bill Gates and Peter Thiel. Life is like a game of chess. Every decision you make can either bring you a victory or defeat. Even acting upon your wisest decision can bring out a negative outcome. The chess pieces must keep moving though.
“It is cool to play chess. My father taught me how to play chess at seven and introduced beautiful concepts that I try to pass on to my kids. The elements and concepts of life are so perfectly illustrated on a chess board. The ability to accurately assess your position is the key to chess, which I also think is the key to life.”
- Will Smith
Thanks! This tips might be helpful… I’m a beginner and it will help me along my progress.