How Chess Shows Kids a Way Of Life?

A board game of 64 squares and 32 pieces can help kids look at life in a better way. Sometimes small things can make a big impact on your life, Similarly, Chess teaches kids lessons to be better at life. Whether you take Job, Education, Relationships, etc. there is something to learn from chess that will impact life. 

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Let’s look at life-changing lessons to learn from Chess;

If You Can't See Any Way To Move Forward, Make One.

In life and chess, you always find a situation where you can't see any way to move forward. It looks like there is no way to make thing better, make a good move but when you look at all the pieces on the board, you might find a way. That how life works as well, when you think that all the paths are closed, you make your own path.


Don’t See The Pieces, See The Board

Basically, it means to look at the bigger picture. Sometimes in a game, we start to focus on one move or one side of the board and lose focus on what’s happening on the other side. To win and be one step ahead of your opponent, it’s important that you see the whole board and make your moves accordingly. It's very important to play with a motive and make meaning full moves.


Being Afraid Isn’t Always Bad

I am not saying that being afraid is a good thing, it’s just being afraid is not all bad. If you are afraid then you are more cautious and that fear can keep you focused. You will hardly win a game of chess without having a few setbacks along the way. Both players are playing with the purpose to win and capture the opponent’s pieces. So playing chess, winning or losing will help you be braver while decision making.


Failure Can Be Your Best Teacher

Sometimes people are so afraid of failing that they don’t even try. When you are playing a game, there will always be a winner and a loser. But when you learn from your failures, you will always move forward in a positive direction. With time, you will start to see patterns and make moves accordingly. Only if you don’t let failure keep you down but learn from it and move forward.


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