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The “Win - Win” Game™ is simple. Playing the game honestly as designed, over time will change - reprogram - the “players’” attitude(s)

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Why Play the Win – Win Game™?

Our attitude colors our perception of every variable confronting us, so it is our attitude - positive or negative - that determines how we react to everything – internal and external.  How we perceive and then react to every particular thing or event, word or deed and person we come into contact with, is controlled by our attitude

Humans are:

  1. Prone to selfishness and self-centeredness
  2. Forgetful - particularly of the little nice things done to or for them
  3. Not prone to return the little kindnesses shown to them.
  4. Prone to take those little nice things for granted and to not “miss their ‘water’ until the well runs dry”.
  5. Needy of positive affirmation
  6. Competitive

Materials:

  1. 2 players
  2. 40 (+1) point Cards
  3. 20 (-2) point Cards
  4. 20 (-1) point Cards
  5. 10 blank reward sheets
  6. 10 blank big reward sheets
  7. Willingness to change your behavior

Fortunately, our attitude is malleable.  If we choose to make the investment of time and energy required, our attitude can be modified by conscious sustained effort.  Conventional wisdom says it takes 21 days to change a habit.  The “Win - Win” Game™ is simple.  It’s designed to address traits # 1 - 4 by exercising traits # 5 & 6.  The “Win - Win” Game™ uses a point system to encourage the “players” to consistently focus on the positive and minimize the negative.  Playing the game honestly as designed, over time will change - reprogram - the “players’” attitude(s).  Their perception of and reaction to the many variables influenced - actually controlled - by their attitude(s) will also change as a natural consequence.

 


Who Should Play the “Win-Win” Game™?

  • Married or courting Couples! The 2010 divorce rate in America for first marriage was 41%; the divorce rate in America for a second marriage was 60%; the divorce rate in America for a third marriage was 73% and those numbers get worse not better every year.
     
  • Siblings, parent / child or any two people wanting to improve their relationship can match up and play the “Win-Win” Game™.

Chose your partner carefully and play the “Win-Win" Game™ as long as you like.  We suggest a minimum of 30 days because as previously pointed out, conventional wisdom says it takes 21 days to break an old or program a new habit.

Let the Game Begin!

Background:

Life is full of paradoxes.  Life is a game and at the same time, not a game.  Life is full of choices with the choices we make determining the course and quality of our life and the lives of those we impact.  

Our attitude colors our perception of every variable confronting us, so it is our attitude - positive or negative - that determines how we react to everything – internal and external.  

How we perceive and then react to every particular thing or event, word or deed and person we come into contact with, is controlled by our attitude.  Loud or soft . . . sweet or sour . . . half full or half empty . . . or completely full (half full of water and half full of air) and running over . . . up or down . . . right or left . . . stop or go . . . fast or slow . . . now or later or not at all . . . just about everything is relative and hostage to our attitude.  

Humans are:

  1. Prone to selfishness and self-centeredness
  2. Forgetful - particularly of the little nice things done to or for them
  3. Not prone to return the little kindness shown to them
  4. Prone to take those little nice things for granted and to not “miss their ‘water’ until the well runs dry”.
  5. Needy of positive affirmation
  6. Competitive

Fortunately, our attitude is malleable (changeable).  If we choose to make the investment of time and energy required, our attitude can be modified by conscious sustained effort.  Just as we can transform a flabby belly into a rock hard “6 pack”, through sustained conscious effort, we can change our attitude from negative to positive.  Changing our attitude will then influence the way we react to words, deeds, events, others and even to the thoughts and actions emanating from within ourselves.

Humans are creatures of habit.  Conventional wisdom says it takes 21 days to change a habit.  The “Win - Win Relationship” Game© is simple.  It’s designed to address traits # 1 - 4 by exercising traits # 5 & 6.  The “Win - Win Relationship” Game© uses a point system to encourage the “players” to consistently focus on the positive and minimize the negative.  Playing the game honestly as designed, over time will change the “players’” attitude(s).  Their perception of and reaction to the many variables influenced - actually controlled - by their attitude(s) will also change as a natural consequence.

Materials:
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  • 2 players
  • 40 (+1) point cards
  • 20 (- 2) point cards
  • 10 blank reward sheets
  • 10 blank big reward sheets





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Inventors Bio


 When I opened a private Pediatric practice in 1980, most of the families in my practice were married and stable.  Many of the children in my practice were in private school and the majority of them were under control and doing well.

Sadly that is no longer the case.  I have watched just about every one of my patient’s family situation and dynamics deteriorate.  The changes have been a relentless gradual across the board downward spiral:  My family situation and dynamics were not exempt.  Doctors fix “sick” situations, but the cure for this problem wasn’t taught in medical school.  Something had to be done, but what? 

I had read enough self-help positive motivation books and attended enough meetings over the years to understand how attitude and point of view influenced every aspect of our lives, including my life.  After years of trying to change the people around me I finally realized that I was the only one I had any real control over.  After many failed attempts it became crystal clear that just purposing to change me did not work because when confronted with a challenging situation, I found myself knee jerk reflex like instantly reverting back to the negative thought patterns and “tit for tat” behavior I purposed to control and eliminate by will power.  

Reality check - My once happy marriage and family life was no longer pleasant.  It had deteriorated to the point where we saw eye to eye on almost nothing and argued about almost everything.  The relationship had become intolerable and nothing tried worked for more than a few days before it was back to the negative routine.  

I reasoned - Solution . . . solution . . . every problem has a solution.  Change me . . . change me . . . how do I change me?  How do I force me to change the way I see my wife / what I think about my wife / what I feel when I look at my wife / the way I treat my wife?   If I change maybe she can change.

One morning I woke up with an “Ah Ha”.  The “Win - Win” Game™ developed from that “Ah Ha”.  It was simple as most solutions to life’s seemingly complex problems are simple, a piece of cake.  All I had to do was devise a fun measurable way to force me to behave positively, penalize me when I didn’t and reward me when I did . . . Then trust that consistent positive activity would produce consistent positive results.  

I am happy to report that time has shown the “Ah Ha” message I received was a simple but ingenious gift and the game that developed from it works.  Play our “Win - Win” Game™ and change you so the people whose lives are inextricably connected to yours can change . . . that’s a genuine down to the bone where the rubber meets the road “Win - Win”.

Anything that improves relationships in this age of deteriorating relationships is desperately needed by everyone.  You must play the game to “Win - Win”.

Lloyd M. Charles, Jr., MD, FAAP

Center for Healthy Living of Maryland 
9662 Pennsylvania Avenue 
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772



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