Are you wondering how you can strengthen your chess skills, but don’t know where to start? Richard Jacobs, the host of the Surviving Hard Times Podcast, takes the time in this episode to discuss how he has improved his chess game – and how it has also impacted his personal and professional life…

Throughout his lifetime of playing chess, Richard has distilled his advice down to 3 key points. Wondering what these tips are and how you can implement them into your own chess-playing strategies? Jump in now to find out!

In this episode, Richard covers:

  • The discipline it takes to think through each and every chess move you make. 
  • The ways in which chess strategies can also improve your life.
  • Resources you can take advantage of to improve your chess skills.

If you play chess with the intention of developing these skills, you’ll be surprised how much more you can get out of the game overall…

Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3bO8R6q

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