I believe there are hundreds of life lessons from chess that you can learn in your life.
This is one of my favorite life lessons from chess which I learned in my childhood. Back in 2006 or so, when I was not even entered into my teenage life, I used to play chess with my father.
He is the one who taught me the basics of chess, and after losing from him countless times, I started winning against others and not only others but started defeating him too.
As I was just learning the game, I didn’t know any tactics that are usually used in a game of chess, and was not even very attentive and used to make wrong moves and end up losing the game.
Sometimes when we play with the younger ones, we often lose from them on purpose but my father didn’t do that. I don’t remember him losing any single game purposely or even losing a game against me at all when I was young.
I used to struggle badly but never won, I used to lose every single time but kept on playing with him again and again and again trying to get better, and he stood strong with his tactics.
We can get tired of losing as well, but he took care of that as well. He used to keep on motivating me to try again and again till I succeed in defeating him.
Only through his motivation, and the tactics he used to tell about the game, I kept on going, again and again.
After losing countless games, a shift begins there. I started winning a couple of games, still, my father used to win most of the games.
But if you talk about now, my father hardly wins any game against me. Sometimes, my sister and father team up, and still they are not able to beat me, I still win.
Now, I win against a lot of people that too with ease and all the credit goes to my father for not going easy on my early days.
If he purposely loses games at that time and gave me a sense of winning, I might have put less effort into getting better. But my father behaved just like life does in general. Going hard on me every single time, to push me in making more efforts in winning the game.
Life Lessons from Chess
<h2><b>Life Lessons from Chess</b></h2> <p>In winning the game of chess I got the learnings of life. Life too pushes you by throwing countless problems at you and you grow by learning from those problems.</p><p><b>"If you are given an easy life, chances are, you would not learn anything in life. You have to fight those problems again and again, and you will come out as a winner one day."</b></p><p>So, stop being sad about the problems that you face in life because, in a longer time period, they're preparing you to be better in life and preparing you to be in a position where you are winning rightfully.</p><p>There are plenty other life lessons from chess that you can learn.</p><p>If there are any life lessons from chess that you have learned in your life, feel free to share, would love to know about it.</p><section data-id="54459b2" data-element_type="section"><p>If you like reading this blog follow on social media channels.</p><ul><li><a href="https://www.instagram.com/experiences.that.matters/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Instagram</a></li><li><a href="https://www.facebook.com/experiences.that.matterss/" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Facebook</a></li><li><a href="https://qr.ae/pNKU0E">Quora</a></li></ul><p>Also Read Other Blogs</p><ul><li><a href="https://experiencesthatmatters.com/the-world-ends-in-2020-hoax/">The World Ends In 2020 Hoax</a></li><li><a href="https://experiencesthatmatters.com/a-group-travel-experience-in-kasol/">A Group Travel Experience in Kasol</a></li><li><a href="https://experiencesthatmatters.com/life-lesson-through-poetry-correction/">Life Lesson Through Poetry Correction</a></li></ul></section>Â