OK, so I just completed my first Bootcamp last week with Eugene^2 (Eugene Kim and Eugene Chan). I have three reflections to offer from that first experience:
1) It’s critical to take the time to confirm comprehension and agreement because even plain English means different things to different people;
2) Take the extra time to ask questions — set aside time, make it a challenge, make it intentional, before you start on your goal;
3) It comes much more naturally to me to reflect on how well I or someone else did vs. keeping score. I think part of it has to do with the subjectivity of the game (who says you get a point? how many points?), but part of it may have to do with comparing myself against other people and against myself over time… I’ll keep you posted on whether and how this feeling evolves over time.