The Impact of Attitude

The Impact of Attitude

“Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely.”

-Roy T. Bennett

Sometimes, decisions can be difficult.

Let’s try to make better choices regarding attitude, happiness, optimism, kindness, giving, respect, and so on.

Give it a try!

The benefits will very heavily outweigh the downsides.

The benefits can be life changing and long term.

The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life.

No one, not you nor I can change the past.

But we can play with the cards we hold at this moment and have an impact on the future.

Or if you prefer a musical analogy, you can play the one string you always have – and that’s your attitude.

Something else I’ve learned through the years is that most people generally don’t have a high level of attitude awareness.

They will know if they are hungry or if their feet hurt, but they usually don’t have a good handle on their attitude.

Many people are keenly aware of other people’s attitude, particularly if they think it’s a bad attitude.

However, most people, if you asked them, would probably think they have a good attitude.

But, the more you pursue the topic, it begins to dawn on them that they rarely think about their attitude.

Helping people become aware of their attitude is so important simply because attitude is everything.

It governs the way you perceive the world and the way the world perceives you.

When you are aware of your attitude and can consciously control your attitude you will begin to understand what I have come to learn.

I have learned that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to what happens to me.

Being aware of my attitude puts me squarely in charge of my life.

What happens when the unthinkable happens?

Like so many of us, unhappy and unfortunate events happened to me in my early life that set me on a disaster course of negativity and lack of self-esteem.

My mind believed and feasted on the negativity I fed it and consequently manifested inadequacies, hopelessness and despair.

Thinking I was in control, I sold myself a litany of misconceived perceptions and unrealistic expectations.  

This goes to show you that the ideas you entertain in your mind, affect the way you see yourself.

So let’s work on changing the way you think and the ideas that you entertain.

Let’s make a positive change.

Schedule your free call with me today and let’s see how we can improve your way of thinking and overall attitude:

Let’s Get REAL,

Just Me, Tina


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