# Domino – A Game of Chain Reactions

Domino is a game that relies on a chain reaction. You set up one domino, then another hits it and triggers a sequence of actions that lead to the last domino falling over. In the same way, a small victory right after you wake up can have a massive impact on how the rest of your day goes and sets the tone for the rest of your life. These high leverage actions are what I call domino actions. They’re like scripts in coding, one action that triggers a series of other actions, just as a single domino can knock over the entire line of them.

Domino has been around for centuries and it’s a great way to help kids build their maths skills, since most of the games involve number sequences. Children can learn addition, subtraction, counting, pattern recognition and even basic geometry as they build up a chain of dominoes. It’s also a great way to develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, and it’s an ideal activity for building patience.

It’s not just for playing games, though; Domino can also be used to create art. Using the smallest dominoes, you can make a line of dots or letters that spell out words or pictures. More elaborate designs can be made with larger ones, including curved lines that form shapes or pictures, or 3D structures like towers and pyramids.

The beauty of Domino is that the whole thing can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be. You can create intricate patterns and designs by carefully placing each domino in the exact spot that it needs to be. This is why so many people love to compete in domino shows, where builders create incredible domino reactions and effects before a crowd of fans.

Hevesh is a professional domino artist who has built up an impressive following on YouTube, where she creates spectacular domino installations. Her largest setups can take several nail-biting minutes to fall, and each one requires a huge amount of planning and precision. She tests each part of an installation before putting it together, and even makes test videos to see how a particular part will work in slow motion.

She’s also experimenting with using drones to deliver pizzas, which is part of Domino’s strategy of “think golbal and act local.” They’re trying to expand their business and increase their relevance in the new economy by creating innovative products that are more efficient and environmentally friendly. But these new ideas may also have unforeseen consequences, and it’s not clear how much the company has thought them through. Domino’s is taking a risk, and it’s too early to know whether these new initiatives will have a domino effect on their bottom line. But, if they do, it’s likely to be positive rather than negative.