My new book, The Tyranny of Game, is out. I’m so excited to share my insights and strategies on how you (and others) can get better at punishing yourself in your own life.
I am also excited to share my insights and strategies on how you and others can get worse at punishing yourself in your own life. With the help of this book, I’ll show you how to get to a point where when you punish yourself, you experience a sense of relief that you’re making progress toward a long-term goal.
As much as I like to think of myself as a tough guy, I’m not a tough guy. I’m a decent guy. I’m a decent guy. I’m a decent guy. I’m a decent guy. I’m a decent guy.
You may be wondering why I chose to title this book “tyler perry’s ruthless punishment and games.” It’s because the ideas in this book are about making a very specific goal in your life. When you make a goal that is too specific, you have a very specific result. For example, when you are trying to lose weight, you can’t just cut out the carbs because you’ll just keep cutting out the carbs.
The problem is that because we tend to be very specific about what we want to achieve in our lives we tend to be very self-conscious about what we are doing. This is why when we are trying to lose weight we tend to get on the scales and look at the numbers and feel a bit self-conscious.
This is where the slippery slope comes in. If your goal is to lose weight, and your body is constantly telling you to do it, you might be tempted to do it in the smallest amount of time possible. However, if you make a goal that is too specific you will lose motivation because you will think that you will have to do it all at once.
This is where it becomes all about the punishment. While the exact punishment for eating all those cookies is different for everyone, the punishment should be about the same for everyone. That’s because the goal for losing weight is pretty much the same regardless of whether you are eating a cookie or a handful of M&M’s.
In the game we play, you play a character called Tyria who has a very specific goal in mind. The punishment for failing it is to be forced to live out the rest of your life as a human in a prison cell. It’s a bit like a prison-break scenario in that Tyria doesn’t know what he is up against and he can’t see how this punishment is even possible. But it’s also a bit like a game-theoretic punishment.
The punishment is supposed to be brutal and a bit cruel. It is also said to have a rather ‘personal’ feel to it. Tyria has a history of getting into trouble and he is going to be punished for his actions. Although it is also implied that the prison cell has a bit of a prison-break feel to it.
This is a game with a lot of potential for a really interesting take on the prison game genre. Prisoners should be able to be punished without having to do much. The punishment should be as brutal as possible and the prisoners should be able to feel the pain. It seems like a good example of a game that could be a bit more nuanced than just being a brutal prison situation.