Updated: Nov 8
Some people view the world through rose-shaded glasses, while others see the world through woes-shaded glasses.
But others choose to see the world through "vision" glasses. That is, they see beyond what is to see what could be. Where others see obstacles, they see opportunities. When others see only the past, they see a future. While others see potential failure, they see potential greatness.
How we see a situation and the kind of glasses we choose to wear can determine not only our attitude towards a situation, but also our actions in that situation.
When it comes to our outlook, we all need a regular “vision” checkup. So, take a few minutes to conduct your own “vision” exam by asking yourself these five questions:
What “glasses” am I wearing now or do I typically wear?
How do my current “glasses” affect my attitude and my actions?
Is there a specific situation or area of my life where I tend to wear “woes-shaded glasses”? If so, why?
How would changing my “vision” impact my ability to succeed in that situation or area?
What’s stopping me from putting on my “vision glasses” in this situation?
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