Posts Tagged ‘Attitude’

The Man Who Thinks He Can

We’ve all heard how important attitude is in life, particularly, if you’re looking to achieve a degree of success on your journey. I first came across The Man Who Thinks He Can in Napoleon Hill’s fabulous book, Think and Grow Rich and it inspired me (as did the book). It helped me to really understand what attitude is all about.  You see, hearing about attitude isn’t enough. We need to know it and embrace it with every fibre of our being.
More importantly, we need to understand that attitude isn’t just ‘positive thinking’. Far from it. It’s about realising that we have …

Ever Worry About What People Think of You?

I think that all of us, at one time or another, have worried about what people think of us (and will do again). In fact, I’d hazard a guess that quite a large proportion of people worry about that quite often. Given the headline of my post, maybe you can relate to this?
I must confess that as a teenager and a young man, I worried about this quite often but, fortunately, this is a feeling I experience very rarely these days.  However, a couple of recent conversations reminded me of how I stopped feeling this way and I thought I’d …

Nick Vujicic – Truly Inspirational

Following on from my last post, ‘I Will Fly‘, I remembered Nick Vujicic, a truly inspirational individual.  If you’ve never heard of him or seen him before, you may find the video a little shocking, at least, when you first come to realise the challenges that Nick has  had to face in his life.
And for Nick, those challenges are there every day.  Although, I doubt that he thinks of it that way!  🙂
You see, Nick Vujicic’s a prime example of the strength and determination that pervades the human spirit.  It’s not just that he doesn’t allow his disabilities to stop …

Personal Development ~ It’s An Attitude Thing!

I discovered the philosophy of Personal Development at the age of 18.  I was working at a Ford Main Dealer in an administrative role when I was given the opportunity to train in sales.
I attended a residential Sales Training Course at Ford’s Training Centre in the UK and it was while I was on that course that I started to realise how much I loved learning new skills and how important it was for me to perform at my best.  Of course, this may well have been fueled by the fact that, once I started working in sales, I also …

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