The Founder of Belles & Chimes Madison details her “Chronicles of a return to competitive pinball”.
… when I’m around people who are having a rough time, I FEEL that. I want to be a supportive and empathetic friend, but I often let that also affect how I play. I don’t want to appear robotic, but in a competition, I need to learn to better take care of the needs of myself than the needs of others. Unless we’re on the same team in which case I’m going to work hard to make my teammate feel better. But I can’t afford to let my empathy take over and distract me from playing.
Read more here: ==> You got the power; you got the fight.
The website: ==> Go For the Wall
Video tangentially related to one of the topics she brings up:
It happened to appear in my suggested videos as I was reading this article
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