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Kayzee last won the day on November 25

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  1. I gotta face that I'm really not cut out for gamedev. I am just too lazy and unmodivated. But that's okay! I still can help other people once and a while, and who knows maybe someday I will actually finish a thing of my own!

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    2. Kayzee


      I know I am not exactly a team person. Wish I was, but it's too much stress! I hate stress! Some people need a little stress to really preform well, but I just end up seeing it as more of a reason to quit. I am at my most productive I think when I am having fun and being passionate about things, but that sort of attitude is hard to maintain. Maybe if I find the right team with the right people who can fuel my passion without stressing me out too much... I donno.


      I guess I am just a bit frustrated in how little progress I have made on my game compared to all the time that has passed since starting it is all. Not really giving up yet, but eh.

    3. Arrpeegeemaker


      yeah, it's all about finding your optimal environment! The thought of being on teams used to be stressful to me, but the first time I worked on the team that was 'right for me', it was like an 'aha' moment. I just know that was my struggle, with feeling lazy, and going back and forth from super passionate to 0 movement. I'm a dreamer, so if I'm alone or in charge, I'll just keep making the 'idea' bigger and write tons of backstory lol (<---I will do this all f***in day). 


      For me, it turns out being 1 of a 2-person team is perfect, because it's not a huge social experience, but it's not being alone, either

    4. Kayzee


      I think I generally rather work with people to solve a particular problem then actually team with them for a whole project.

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