Lessons Learned From Chess

I wouldn’t say that I’m an avid Chess player or even a good one, but I do enjoy the occasional game.  As such, a few of the guys that I converse with on Twitter have created a Chess club of sorts where we challenge each other to battles of wits and tactics.  One particular game that I played against Hunter Drew at The Family Alpha stands out as one of my greatest victories, not necessarily because of any brilliant plays I made (I made quite a few blunders), but from the lessons I took away from that match.  These lessons translate nicely into the real world so I decided that today I would share them with you.

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The 48 Laws of Marriage: Law 2

Strap yourselves in, men.  We got a lot to discuss today regarding this law and a lot of uncomfortable territory to explore.  You may even find yourself being forced to make some tough choices in order to preserve the very foundation of your marriage.

Go back to the law at the top of this article and read both parts of it again, taking time to ponder on the implications and ramifications of both.

Never put too much trust in friends.

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