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Feral Children, Puzzles, Jews, and Filters

by seo on July 27, 2009

Career Mission’s Chief Executive Officer, A. Harrison Barnes discussed how filters in our lives limit us in many ways.

Harrison believes that the quality of our lives is not determined by the things we own, the jobs we do, the friends we have, the city we live in, the vacations we take, or the world we live in. Instead, the quality of our lives is determined by the filters we use to view the world. Everything that happens to us and our entire response to the world is shaped by the filters that we use.

Our life and career are being influenced, for better or worse, by a set of conscious and unconscious filters, which we use to interpret the world around us and make decisions. We all have a ton of filters about what things represent, which are influencing the choices we make and how much we apply our self every single second of every single day. Many of these filters are limiting us rather than helping us out.

These filters and how we use them are probably the most important fuel in our decision making. Harrison believes that the secret to a happy and fulfilling life is to have filters that empower our experience, rather than limit our experience. We should be aware of our filters at all times, as we think and feel our way through life.

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