Video Games

I didn’t really play any video games as I was growing up. I feel like I’m kind of missing out now because the majority of the interns play League of Legends. I met a friend this summer who would make a very good teacher. He told me that he learned leadership skills through playing video games! Studies have also shown that those who play video games have quicker response times when it comes to making a decision. How fascinating.


2 thoughts on “Video Games

  1. Video games do increase your reaction speed, though other benefits I think are debatable. If you want to get a feel for video games, perhaps start with a classic: Tetris!

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