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Mandar Shinde

Friday, December 5, 2014


"Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference." - Winston Churchill

Attitude plays a vital role in the life of any human being. Setting right attitude is instrumental in the process of being successful or achieving things you want in life. Here are some useful tips on attitude setting:

1. Do not fear

“Attitude is not walking like a King; it’s walking like you don’t care who the King is!”

Do not limit your thoughts fearing potential reactions from others. Be a self-believer.

2. Accept new things coming your way whether you like them or not

“Your big opportunity may be right where you are now.” - Napoleon Hill

Many times, opportunities come in disguise. You tend to avoid something, which would have eventually turned beneficial for you.

“I was seldom able to see an opportunity until it had ceased to be one” - Mark Twain

3. Mould yourself as your work demands

“The way to learn to do things is to do things. The way to learn a trade is to work at it. Success teaches how to succeed. Begin with the determination to succeed, and the work is half done already.”

If you want satisfaction in what you do, you have to take on the most difficult assignment. Simple and easy tasks leave you underutilized and hence, unsatisfied with yourself.

If you do not have knowledge; but if you feel or circumstances say that you have to work on it, instead of saying no, gather information and build knowledge. No one can steal this treasure from you.

4. Give 100%

“Luck is what you have left over after you give 100 percent.” - Langston Coleman

Whether it is expected from you or not, give your 100% and make it a habit. It’s better to say, “I did it” than saying, “I could have done it”.

5. Do not evaluate too much

“We get volumes of data, pro and con. So often we get volumes for and volumes against, so we don't do anything. If we can't please 1,000 percent, we do nothing.” - Jack Coyle

It’s good to assess every situation; but not at the extent of isolating from the scene. Don’t think much on pros and cons, every action will have both good and bad reactions.


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