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February 8, 2011

Windows To The World

Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 7:03 am

It seems kind of silly to say that we wear goggles every day, but we do. They are our windows to the world.

The problem is we don’t know we perceive our world through the prism of goggles because we can’t see them.

Our goggles are our patterns.

You’ve heard the expression “Rose colored glasses”? That’s just assigning a color to someone’s patterns.

We view our world once removed. That means there is reality, and then our perception of it through our goggles.

Patterns are very useful. They help us automate so many behaviors that would be tedious to relearn every time we use them. They are also our biggest stumbling block.

Many patterns keep us from seeing clearly. Think of them as fogged up goggles.

How many times have you had the thought, “I should have seen that coming”? You couldn’t have possibly seen it wearing gunked up goggles.

The way to see more clearly is to inspect your goggles and clean them up from time to time.

Have you ever taken off a pair of sunglasses and noticed how dirty the lenses have gotten without you recognizing it? You may laugh and wonder how you could have possibly seen anything through those things, and then you take the time to clean them. Your world is much clearer after that happens.

What are you not seeing? It may be an opportunity or it may be a pitfall. You won’t see either with bird shit on your goggles.

So the two steps to seeing more clearly are:

  1. Recognize you are wearing goggles.
  2. Clean them up from time to time.

Recognition is the key to transformation; cleaning the lenses is your guarantee of a brighter future.

Pass the Windex, please.

 

All the best,

John

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