Lessons Learned From A Bearded Dragon Owner

Dragon Games

Dragons are favorite characters for kids and they love to hear stories about Dragons. Dragon Games are in huge numbers so it is impossible to keep record of them. So the best option is to just keep on playing different games each time. Dragon games can be played in almost all the sites which offer games for kids. Online games are especially popular among the kids of age group between 4 to 16 years. Dragons become the role model of the kids and they start imagining the character that is why they enjoy the game.

Avatar games are also very famous and especially these days the release of the movie Avatar made this game popular among all the age group especially in kids. Avatar games can be downloaded from sites. Some can be played free till some extent but not the whole game for free. Kids can be irritating sometimes and demanding too. So letting them play these online games for sometime after studies is the best way to keep them calm and you get some time to yourself. Especially in holidays these games are the best way to keep them entertained and occupied.

Dungeons and Dragons is the most played and most popular game among Dragon Games. Earlier it was on map but now this can be played online on computers. How fun it is when you can really play what you have watched in theatres. Both the Dragon Games and Avatar Games are fun to play and easily accessible to the kids. Animation of these games are pretty good and you can’t say they are not real. Technology can come up with anything and this has been proved by invention of these games.

Dragon games are created in such a way that kids get lost in this game so much that they don’t even realize where they are. I saw my daughter playing it so many times and so many times I have felt like playing. These games are very tempting and addictive I can say. Too much of addiction is also not good for kids. They should be allowed to play only certain times of the day and in holidays only. But a good way to keep their mind busy. Dragons games are very noisy and action involved and so as the avatar games. We all know that kids love to make noise and fight so no doubt they like to play this.

Kids don’t play much with toys these days because of so many internet games. They will rather play on computer instead of toys. Since they start playing on computers they learn everything about computers from very early age. In one way this is a good thing. There is no harm in playing online games in a limited manner. Some games educate the children so let them play it and have fun. Let them enjoy the days because once they get big they will have so many other things to do in life.

Lessons From the “Dragon’s Den”!

“If you ever watch ‘Dragon’s Den’ (on Canadian TV) or ‘Shark Tank’ (on U.S.A. TV), then you know that there are some simple rules for success. I had the pleasure of hearing one of the ‘dragons’ speak at a luncheon recently and want to share his tips for success with you. Jim Treliving kept it simple – which is totally in alignment with my own style – and was very inspiring to all of us in the audience.

1) KNOW YOUR NUMBERS! I tell my clients this ALL the time. You have got to know your numbers – your revenue, your sales, your expenses, the cost of doing business, average value per client, etc. You. Must. Know. Your. Numbers!

2) SHARE YOUR STORY. That’s what inspires many other entrepreneurs to either get in the game and/or stay in the game. Being an entrepreneur is tough stuff – if it was easy, then everyone would be doing it. So, be vulnerable. Share your story. It does make a difference.

3) SPEND TIME WITH FAMILY. It’s always so easy, especially in the early stages, to focus totally and solely on your business. That’s a huge mistake. Yes, of course, there will be times when you must throw your whole heart, soul and body into the business – ‘certain ‘times’ – not ALL the time. When most successful entrepreneurs are interviewed and asked what one thing, in retrospect, that they would change – most of them say ‘to spend more time with family’. So, just do it, OK?

4) LEARN FROM YOUR FAILURES. Everyone has them. If you’re not failing, you’re not trying and you’re not growing – and if you’re not growing, you won’t be in the game for a very long time. It’s OK to fail. That is how we learn.

5) HIRE SLOW – FIRE FAST! Yup – not everyone you hire is a perfect fit. Go with your gut – you know when it doesn’t feel right. Make a business decision and do the firing. Everyone will benefit.

6) REWARD AND RECOGNITION. This is a critical step to success – both for you and for your team. Stop – celebrate – acknowledge – reward – have fun – and get back to work.

When you watch ‘The Dragon’s Den’, Jim Treliving is always laughing and celebrating.

Here are some of Jim’s favorite quotes:

Success is about the big picture.

I like simplicity.

I believe that simplicity is the key to success.

I have to love what I do.

I make decisions about work with my heart, about money with my head, and about people with my gut.

The hallmarks of every successful person I know are these: they want what they have, they like what they do, and they love who they are.

Get your opportunities – take them, take a ride and see what happens.

The legacy I’d like to leave back is that persistence works. Hard work works.