Monthly Archives: October 2011
We’re laying it bare. Stripping it down. Peeling back perspective. In this monthly round up you’ll find the Life Lenses™ blog posts laid bare for the month of October. Get bare, dive in deep and take a full look around … Continue reading
“Other” can make people squirm. So can “different.” It’s the cause of much misunderstanding and strife. Watch this hilarious video about the reactions of some commuters listening to a dad talking to his daughter about her first period. Their perspective … Continue reading
I’m a Carrot Life Lens™ and my partner is a Mountain Life Lens™. I go gaga over details and systems while he loves the big picture and the view from above. When we were putting away some laundry lately, I … Continue reading
“Remember, people will judge you by your actions, not your intentions. You may have a heart of gold – but so does a hard boiled egg.” Anonymous This perfectly sizes up the strengths of a Go Life Lens™ – action’s where … Continue reading
My son & I bought some new soccer equipment for him the other day. Afterwards he was ogling his new purchases, including the box that the soccer shoes came in (see said box above). If you take a closer look, … Continue reading
We have an unparalleled ability to analyze, create, cogitate and ruminate. That very ability can get us in trouble if our view or perspective is slanted. Take a look. What do you see?
Check your perspective at the door. Literally. Watch the clip below up to 58 seconds. Then stop. Ask yourself what you’d do. Then continue. Perspective – it’s a noose around our neck or a world enhancing view.
If only the line between speaker and receiver, between mouth and ear and between intention and reception was so clear! Is it hot air or is it bacon? Communication gaffes and gaps are full of missed perspectives. Depends on your … Continue reading