Money And Life Lessons From “The Queen’s Gambit”

Have you seen Netflix’s most-watched miniseries, “The Queen’s Gambit,” yet?

I was fascinated by this “coming of age” drama. Harmon playing chess is a symbol for life and, specifically, for providing money lessons.

With hard work, power, and determination, she won games, prize money, and supported herself and her adoptive mother.

Find Your Passions And Purpose

Recognizing her growing talent, Mr. Schnaibel introduced Beth to the school’s head of the chess club, who invited her to play in the tournament.

Keep Practicing And Learning

Beth Harmon goes full throttle into the world of chess, signing up for chess tournaments across the country.

Adopted, She Adapts To Her New Situation

In the mid 20th century, the chess game was played mainly by males, like the business world. Chess was not always that way.

Overcoming Hurdles In The Male-Dominated Chess Game

Beth Harmon said: “It’s an entire world of just 64 squares. I feel safe in it. I can control it. I can dominate it. ”

Set Goals And Have Strategies

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