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Limits are like a game of Tetris

Who knew a simple game like Tetris would help and support the theory of my company Expanding Limits.  Tetris is an extremely old game, which dates back to “game boy” days (80’s and 90’s babies know). The purpose of the game is to stack several different shapes in a way that keeps them from flowing to the top of the game board. As a straight line is formed the blocks disappear. This game taught me a lesson on how to look at limits. Randomly one day, I started playing the game on my smart phone. I was familiar with the game but pretty rusty. I scored 400,000 points and I was bragging about it to my friend Kelvin. He decided to...

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