The Domino Effect

A domino is a flat, thumb-sized rectangular block, the face of which is either blank or marked with one to six pips or dots. A set of 28 such tiles forms a complete domino. Dominoes are played with by matching the ends of pieces and laying them down in lines or angular patterns. The word domino may also refer to any of the several games played with such pieces, or to the general activity of arranging and rearranging them.

A large number of domino games are played with a variety of rules and scoring methods. Most involve emptying one’s hand while blocking opponents’ play, and some (such as bergen and muggins) score points by counting the remaining pips in the losing players’ hands. Some dominoes are also used to teach kids about numbers and math. Many of these games are adaptations of card games.

Domino is also a term used to describe the effect of a single event on other events, referred to as a “domino effect.” This effect is often seen in the aftermath of natural disasters, political upheaval, and other major world events.

Whether you are an aspiring artist, or an experienced one, it is important to understand the domino effect and how it can work against you. A few small setbacks can throw your entire career off course, and the effects of these setbacks can be far-reaching.

In order to stay in control of your creative career, you need to maintain a positive focus and be aware of the domino effect at all times. To do this, it is essential to establish and follow a clear path. The pathway you create should include only the “want to’s and get to’s” and not the “have to’s.”

The CEO of Domino’s, Don Meij, was recently featured on an episode of Undercover Boss. While there, he was sent to various restaurants to observe how Domino’s employees work with each other and the company’s customers. He learned that Domino’s has a strong line of communication and listens to the opinions and needs of their employees and customers. This allows them to make changes quickly and effectively. As a result, they are able to improve productivity and profitability. This positive approach can be applied to any business.