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The Mozart of Chess, Magnus Carlsen (Norwegian chess grandmaster), can see as many as 20 moves ahead.

Elon Musk is known to be able to see 12 moves ahead.  “He’s able to see things more clearly in a way that no one else I know of can understand,” says his brother, Kimbal.

How many moves ahead can you map out in the choice you need to make?

Tip to help you make a better choice: Map out at least 3 to 5 moves ahead.

If I decide to do this, then the following will happen:

1. ____________________________________________________
2. ____________________________________________________
3. ____________________________________________________
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5. ____________________________________________________

One More Move. In Psychology. 

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Viktor Frankl, an Austrian psychologist, neurologist, and Holocaust survivor, said, “Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”

Don't react. Choose your response. Think of alternatives. Then carefully choose your One More Move. 

You have One More Move in you. 

 

One More Move. In Spirituality.  

One More Move is a message of hope.

Billy Graham wrote a famous Sermon (1955 Sermon: Is There An Answer?) about the painting "Checkmate" by Moritz Retzsch. 


"But I believe there is One looking down from above who looks upon the board and says to you and me: There is a move, there is one move that you can make, and you can win!"

One More Move. In the big game of life.

One More Move is about accessing a different vantage point and a new perspective—a pathway to making smarter contextual decisions and intelligent choices in all aspects of your life.

Think of it as your comeback power when life happens.

What is at stake?

Your Well-Being and the Happiness of the people you care about.

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One More Move. In Chess. 

A game like chess helps us with forward-thinking/problem-solving/decision-making and executing our strategic bets, avoiding the traps along the way.

"I used to play a lot of chess when I was young. It makes you think Strategically."
- John McEnroe


Columbia Chess Chronicle 1888
ANECDOTE OF MORPHY

PAUL MORPHY
(born 1837 - 1884) 

In 1857, Morphy won the First American Chess Congress.  

Although the official title of World Champion did not exist in his time, Morphy was regarded as the strongest player of his era.

"An invitation was extended to the champion, and, with himself as the centre, a coterie of notables assembled for an evening's play at the home of the hospitable Mr. H. How fortune went with Mr. Morphy in the earlier part of the evening mat easily be inferred. While at supper Morphy's attention was attracted by a picture which hung prominently upon the wall. This picture seems to be pretty well known, and indeed somewhat celebrated, although the writer regrets that he himself never had the pleasure of meeting with it.  It represents the—to speak politely - and he is thus politely depicted - Mephistphiles [sic] playing a game of Chess with a young man for his soul. The Chessmen with which his Satanic Majesty plays are the Vices ; the pieces of the young man are, or have been, the Virtues—for, alas! he has very few left. In bad case, indeed, is the unhappy youth, for his game, as represented, appears not only desperate but hopeless, and his fate sealed. His adversary gloats in anticipation of the final coup, and the gleaming smile on the face of the hitter intensifies the despair which that of the young man shows. With the close of the supper, deeply interested, Morphy approached the picture, studied it awhile intently, then turning to his host he said, modestly: "I think that I can take the young man's game and win." " Why, impossible !" was the answer; "not even you, Mr. Morphy, can retrieve that game." " Yet, I think I can." said Morphy. " Suppose we place the men and try."

A board was arranged, and the rest of the company gathered round it, deeply interested in the result.

To the surprise of every one, victory was snatched from the devil and the young man saved."

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