Digg had the immense honor of sitting down with Maurice Ashley, an International Grandmaster of chess, to learn how chess-playing skills can translate into life-playing skills. Learn how chess masters size up their opponents and problems, push through failure, and ultimately become power players in the real world.
Maurice Ashley made history as the first African-American International Grandmaster of chess, and is known for his work as a national championship coach, world-class commentator, tournament organizer, author, iPhone app designer, puzzle inventor, and motivational speaker. He continuously spreads his message of living oneâs dream to universities, businesses, chess clubs and non-profit organizations around the globe. We thank him for his time and insights. http://mauriceashley.com