Sunday, September 06, 2009

job search notes: you own reality

Yes, you own your personal reality. No one else does. They can contribute to it. You own it.
The NE Revs game last night was disappointing. KC to their credit came out a step ahead of the Revs and they got the early goal. The Revs started coming back only to loose Shalrie Joseph to a red card in the 23rd minute. The contact was a foul but not worthy of a card, yellow or red . The inconsistency of the officials is a problem. This particular lead official has given out 8 reds in the 11 games he has been lead. Isn't the ref determining his own reality. He sees what he sees and does what he does. The fact that he may interpret something differently than thousands of others viewing the same game doesn't concern him. He owns his own reality.
Do you own your reality? How close to the real world is it?
If you need a reality check, The Power Of Impossible Thinking by Jerry Wind and Colin Crook is a good place to start.