You chess players already know the answer to the title of today’s Daily Echo. I treat as a patent a very accomplished chess player. He ranks as one of the highest players in the world. I asked him the other day how good players become great. He explained that once the players begin to look at the board from the other players vantage point they become much more accomplished players. We have all seen it before from old footage of Bobby Fisher. He would get up and walk around the table and look at the board from his opponents viewpoint. In life we each are playing our own game of life. How many times do we take time and try to see the world from other’s viewpoints. If we do we are likely to learn why he or she acts the way they do.