We’ve all been there at some point.
Regardless of whether you’re a self-confessed board-gaming geek like me (D&D, Agricola and Time Stories most recently) or can only ever be found playing Monopoly at Christmas under serious family-induced duress, you can probably relate to the board-gaming phenomena known as “AP”: Analysis Paralysis. That moment where you totally freeze because there are so many possibilities and ideas available to you and they all could head in completely different directions and you don’t know which is right. Eek. So you do nothing. You stay in unconfident limbo, feeling slightly sick because you know you need to make a move. Continue reading