Better Me - the game of growth and friendship

A fun moment with Johnny and Larissa.  The game brings people closer by bringing up fun and interesting topics that don't typically come up in daily conversation.

A fun moment with Johnny and Larissa.  The game brings people closer by bringing up fun and interesting topics that don't typically come up in daily conversation.

Alex draws a people card and reads it to the group while holding his infant son who arrived during game development :)

Alex draws a people card and reads it to the group while holding his infant son who arrived during game development :)


Ben was challenged to write a "Life is ____" affirmation and post it where he would see it daily.  He shared this picture with the other players in their Facebook group after the game.

Ben was challenged to write a "Life is ____" affirmation and post it where he would see it daily.  He shared this picture with the other players in their Facebook group after the game.


Bart and John committed to doing something nice for themselves.  Since they were each others' accountability partners, they decided to go together and get a Thai Massage.

Bart and John committed to doing something nice for themselves.  Since they were each others' accountability partners, they decided to go together and get a Thai Massage.

What is Better Me All About?

Better Me is a totally new approach to relationships and personal development.  It challenges people to take action to improve themselves and their life, and strengthens relationships by helping people understand each other in a deeper and more meaningful way.  
The game brings up ideas that don't normally come up in daily conversation, and allows players to learn about themselves and their fellow players.  And all in an encouraging and fun atmosphere, with no pressure or judgment permitted.  When was the last time you told a group of people about a past accomplishment that you're proud of, or had a game challenge you to write a thank you letter to a loved one?  Better Me also harnesses the power of accountability.  Any player committing to an action must find an accountability partner to help make sure you follow they follow through on their commitment.  Now you can have all that and a lot more by simply playing a game!  
Players move around the game board and draw cards which prompt actions and discussions.  Players race to fulfill each of their five life areas, heart, mind, body, people and tangibles.  
Every action committed to requires writing down the action and target completion date, and also requires that you find an accountability partner who will keep you on course after the game.  
It's the new and engaging way to improve yourself and your relationships with friends, family, and coworkers, all while having fun!

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