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1-14-2008 @ 11:29AM
Oh really? Because I spend 99 percent of my free time in WoW, I'm a bad leader huh? Well thats good to know. Guess I'll just delete my accounts, go get married, have some kids, and be utterly miserable for the rest of my life. Or maybe get a 2nd job. I could always go back into the Marines and get deployed a few more times. Angry wall of text to you!
1-14-2008 @ 11:35AM
I believe the argument was that those who spend 99% of their free time in-game tend to take every little thing too seriously. Dare I suggest you proved his point?
1-15-2008 @ 11:31AM
He said there was a risk of it...and for them taking things too personally, or to an extreme.So, either;you just proved the article right.Or this is a fake post, just trying to prove the article right.
1-14-2008 @ 12:13PM
I'm sorry, I never post here, but that was way too ironic. hahaha
1-14-2008 @ 12:02PM
I spend 90% of my free time in wow. Since our guild has been around for nearly 10 years and have now branched out to all sorts of games I am busy that entire 90%. However, your statement is true when you say that there may be a hard time letting the small things go. I too find myself making mountains out of ant mounds and sometimes I just need to relax and look at things from another perspective. So for those that do spend 90% of their time in one game trying to manage all things "your guild name here" I do suggest taking a break now and then. Even if it's just a week or two a year. Force that vacation and enjoy other things around you. It will help the stress levels in game a little.Even if leading a guild is a labor of love, as it is for me, you need a vacation.
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