Gamification of Driving and Speeding…

Speed Camera Lottery

speed camera lottery 150x150 Gamification of Driving and Speeding...

Yesterday I heard a driver yelling at another driver to

"SLOW DOWN".....

The other driver's response was an expletive I won't

repeat as he sped away even faster.

After watching this video, you may start to realize

gamification of life is not only possible, it may save

lives and you can have fun in the process as well as potentially earn some cash.

Share your comments below on behaviors you would
love to see gamified for the better.

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About The Author: Jim Bunch is the founder of The Ultimate Game of Life and has been a leader in the coaching and personal transformation industry for over 20 Years. Also referred to as "The Ultimate Life Entrepreneur," Jim has coached and mentored some of the world top business and thought leaders. - has written 42 articles

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Comments

  • Alan Richard

    What a great idea, speeding and drink driving is a big problem in South Africa

  • Lisabeth TUG2 90 Day Challenge

    Kids have had this ‘fun theory’ mastered since the beginning of time, it is how they learn everything!  It’s the foundational ingredient that makes it possible for children to take on and learn as much as they do in any given day!  
    I am really excited that we are in a paradigm shift across the globe and that we adults get to learn to have fun again by embracing and joining together in Gamification while promoting good throughout the world.

  • Johanne_Pearl

    Let’s add fun everywhere ! It gives us energy ! When we play, we don’t have that feeling of working, we’re just enthused and focused because we like it and want to have fun. Great idea !

  • Robert Gaither

    I play handball, that is my main source of exercise. I have a difficult time just working out to work out, but being able to play a game makes the exercise secondary. I need to find a way to make gamification enter into my work environment to get the same effect.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1106566624 Kathy Junge Rigg

    Most incentive programs start out innocently for the good of all. Once there is a ‘pool’ of dollars the government will find a way to write a bill and tap into it!

  • Fran

    This is perfect.  I think there are lots of applications for this.  I was in a National Park and there was a sign saying No dogs on trail.  Two young ladies took three dogs on the path.  I noticed how many hikers they upset by ignoring that rule.  They also ignored the next sign that said to stay on the path when they took their dogs off the path into the waterfall run.  If it were gamified, would they make better choices?

  • Margie Rysner

    Interesting and I had to laugh! We are just Big Kids! Are we trainable? I like that people are rewarded and yet I wonder do we really need to get paid for what we should be doing anyway? Hmmm…something to think about.