Scientologists @home, featuring short films shot around the globe by Scientologists in their own homes, where they are staying safe, staying well and thriving in life, presents New Zealander Barrett Quinn @home.
His regular day job is program manager, where he balances many projects at once. His more recent day job has been stay-at-home dad, where he’s balancing the joyful pandemonium stirred up by two young sons. Add to the mix all the jobs around the house that there’s never time to get to and Barrett needed some help getting productive. He found it in the book The Problems of Work by L. Ron Hubbard.
“What I find that is very important and that works for me at home during this time,” says Barrett, “is the Scientology datum: ‘Life is a game.’”
He goes on to say, “By understanding and using this datum, I’m able to get more done.”
Barrett hasn’t said whether he prefers one of his day jobs over the other, but one thing is certain: he’s definitely winning at the game of life.
The Scientologists @home series is available at Scientology.org/DailyConnect, where every day new short films shot by Scientologists themselves present how they apply Scientology principles and continue their religious studies while at home.
Discover Scientology tools for the workaday world and groundbreaking processes to return joy to life in the book The Problems of Work.
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