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  1. 1. UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014 The Magic Colour Pie: An Introduction to Self Evaluation and Self Improvement
  2. 2. Introduction UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  About Me  MTG Judge since 2001  Level 3 (May 2006 – May 2008; June 2014 – Present)  Ex-Wotc Employee (Oct 2009 – Dec 2010)  About the Seminar  Simple collection of suggestions and ideals on self- improvement  About the Title  We will begin with a simple exercise and apply an over- simplified philosophy of the MTG colour pie upon ourselves.
  3. 3. MTG Colour Pie Exercise UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  White  Law, Order, Protective, Peace, Uncreative, Inflexible, Fascist, Absolute, Self Sacrifice, Cooperation, Defensive  Blue  Knowledge, Smart, Cold, Inaction, Control, Passive, Slow, Analytical, Academic, Subtle  Black  Deceit, Manipulative, Individual, Sacrifice of Self/Others, Destruction, Paranoia, Ambitious, Unashamed, Enslaving, Isolated, Opportunistic, Amoral  Red  Short Sighted, Impulsive, Freedom, Emotion, Passionate, Decisive, Fire, Random, Gambling, Hedonism, Spontaneity, Unpredictable, Unstructured  Green  Growth, Community, Instinct, Adaption, Vicious, Naïve, Old-School, Ecosystem, Spiritual, Life, Size, Family
  4. 4. MTG Colour Pie Exercise UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  The Exercise  In two minutes, select three dominant traits amongst those suggested that most defines you. This can be a mixture of good and bad traits.  Summarise this as an MTG wedge, shard or guild  Wedges:Sultai, Jeskai, Mardu, Temur, Azban  Shards: Bant, Jund, Naya, Grixis, Esper  Guilds: Golgari, Azorius, Izzet, Selesnya, Rakdos, Simir, Orzhov, Gruul, Boros, Dimir
  5. 5. The Dunning-Kruger Effect UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  Definition:  Wikipedia: - The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias wherein unskilled individuals suffer from illusory superiority, mistakenly rating their ability much higher than is accurate.  What this means:  We often think we are better than we really are!
  6. 6. The Dunning-Kruger Effect UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  Effect of the MTG Colour Pie Exercise 1:  For the skill we are trying to perform for the first time (self evaluation), we have likely failed to recognize that we are not very good at it: The three dominant traits we have chosen are most likely incorrect.  Effect of the MTG Colour Pie Exercise 2:  For me (running a meaningful exercise), I will likely fail to recognize genuine skill: I will not be able to recognize who were actually correct in their self evaluation!  Effect of the MTG Colour Pie Exercise 3:  The Dunning Kruger effect states in some cases, we don’t even know the extremities of our inadequacy: we don’t know just how bad we are at this!
  7. 7. Conclusion UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  The MTG Colour Pie was an exercise in showing us how far from the mark we are when trying to do self evaluation and self improvement.  Value of the exercise: Probably zero or worse!
  8. 8. UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014 The Magic Colour Pie: An Introduction to Self Evaluation and Self Improvement
  9. 9. Introduction UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  About Me  MTG Judge since 2001  Level 3 (May 2006 – May 2008; June 2014 – Present)  Ex-Wotc Employee (Oct 2009 – Dec 2010)  About the Seminar  Simple collection of suggestions and ideals on self- improvement  About the Title  Let’s try another approach….
  10. 10. Recommended Reading UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014 ‘The Rules of Life’ by Richard Templar
  11. 11. 1. Starting out UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  Avoid Preaching and Propaganda.  Accept what’s done is done.  Accept that you won’t understand everything; Don’t strive for perfection; Learn when to walk away.  Think for yourself.
  12. 12. 2. Planning UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  Have a Plan.  Learn to ask Questions.  Expand your Comfort Zone.
  13. 13. 3. Accepted Conformities UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  Be Flexible in your Thinking.  Failing is fine, aiming for Second Best isn’t.  You will often not know which efforts you make are rewarded.
  14. 14. 4. Boundaries UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  Know what counts and what doesn’t.  Draw the lines around yourself.
  15. 15. 5. Getting there UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014  Be your own Advisor.  Keep the Faith.  Have Dignity.  Only the Good feel Guilty.
  16. 16. 6. And Finally… UK Judge Conference. 6/12/2014 No Hesitation No SurprisesNo Fear No Doubt

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