LENNON: Mind games are very useful.
They can give you insight into the minds of other people.
They’re just one of the many ways to get a better understanding of people.
So it’s really important that we use them in our work, in our communication, and to be able to have a greater appreciation of the minds that we’re interacting with.
I just want to give you an example of what I mean.
When I was working at the BBC, we had a bunch of different types of mind games.
The one that was really important to us was to have somebody else try to understand what we were trying to do and figure out how we were doing it.
The people that were working on the games were not exactly experts in their field, but they were really good at thinking about how we could make this work.
That was one of those mind games that was very helpful.
That’s a very good example of one that I’m really proud of.
Another one that is really important, which is one that you can really do yourself, is to find a way to get people to try a new idea and see if they can understand it.
That is a really good example.
So that’s one example.
Another way to do it, which I would not recommend, is you can have somebody come up with a new way to solve a problem.
For example, we have a big problem in the military.
They have to deploy a bunch in the United States, and they need a bunch more troops to deploy them in other countries.
And they are very worried that they might have a lot of problems in countries where they are deployed, because they’re not used to being deployed in the way that they were deployed in other places.
And we’ve got a lot going on in the world.
We have this new generation of young people who have never experienced war, and who have been exposed to war and all kinds of things that might make them less prepared for war.
So the challenge is, how do we make this happen?
Well, we’ve created this program called Mind Games.
It’s a really clever idea.
There’s a lot that goes into it.
We’ve created a game where you have to do something and then it goes back to the past and asks, “Did you really do that?”
Then you have an option for a third-party to help you figure out what you did.
So you can make that process as simple as you can, and you can help yourself and others figure out if you did it right.
And the results of the Mind Games are great.
We’re seeing huge increases in the use of the technology and also in the usage of the products.
We just saw an increase in the number of people using Mind Games to improve their memory and to learn something new.
And it’s also been really helpful in the classroom.
For years, we thought the problem with learning was that it was very hard.
And if you’re really good, you could do everything.
So learning in the schools was a really hard task.
But now we know that learning can be done.
We know that it’s actually quite easy to learn new things, and that it really doesn’t require any knowledge or anything that you have.
So now that we’ve developed this new technology that’s very helpful in learning, and it can be used to improve learning in our schools, we’re really excited about the future of learning.
But if you can’t get out and play it, you can always use it to help yourself.
If you’re going to go to a lecture and you don’t want to spend a lot time, then you can still use it.
And you can take it with you.
It can help you remember things you were thinking about.
It will just give you a chance to think about what you’re thinking about in your mind and figure it out.
So if you want to learn how to play Mind Games, there’s plenty of other things to do that’s going to help your learning as well.
And there’s more of them than you can imagine.
You can go online, find some of the games, and try them.
So I hope that you enjoy the Mind Game.
But I think we all have to think a little bit harder about the way we use the tools.
And that’s the challenge we’re all facing as we create the technology that allows us to use our mind in new ways, as we develop new products and services.
And I think this is a great opportunity to do more research and develop better tools and services to help us do better.
So thank you very much for joining me today, everybody.
I hope this was a helpful introduction.
And then we’ll get to the game.
It was. [Applause]