Mindset Mondays with DTK – Ep #074 — Perception isn't reality?Back in college I was taught that for any interaction, there are three versions of the event: what I experienced, what the other person experienced, and what actually transpired. Regardless, the record of the event is written through my lens. My perception is the recorded reality … the "truth." In a recent "Notes to Inspire," Simon Sinek captured it this way:"The truth of most truths is that they are perception and not, in fact, true."If truth is merely our perception, when we change our perception, are we changing the truth? And what is the standard? For those who hold truth as a core value, how does this resonate? This idea makes for some entertaining exploration…What is your truth about truths?

Posted by David Taylor-Klaus on Monday, July 8, 2019

Mindset Mondays with DTK – Ep #074 — Perception isn’t reality?

Back in college I was taught that for any interaction, there are three versions of the event: what I experienced, what the other person experienced, and what actually transpired. Regardless, the record of the event is written through my lens. My perception is the recorded reality … the “truth.” In a recent “Notes to Inspire,” Simon Sinek captured it this way:

“The truth of most truths is that they are perception and not, in fact, true.”

If truth is merely our perception, when we change our perception, are we changing the truth? And what is the standard? For those who hold truth as a core value, how does this resonate? This idea makes for some entertaining exploration…

What is your truth about truths?

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