You see what’s in your mind

Posted on November 28, 2012


Ever notice how, when you’re having a crappy day, everything looks glum? 

The barista at Starbucks seems to glare at you, the drivers on the freeway are jackasses who intentionally cut you off, your colleagues seem to be in a pissy mood. That’s because you’ve chosen to see the world through the filter of how you feel. Because you feel crappy, you put the crappy filter on and you choose to see only the crappy stuff. 

But notice how, when you’re having a great day, everything looks wonderful? 

So if you don’t like what you see, change your filter. Many times the shift in mood that you’re looking for comes from broadening your perspective. 

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