The Power of Attitude

We have all come in contact with those people who have a million excuses: they’re negative, complaining, and toxic. They have a poor attitude. They say “Woe is me, my life is so hard.” Sometimes it’s our friends, family, or co-workers. Sometimes it’s us!! After a while they drag you down to their level. This has happened to me numerous times, and maybe I’ve done it to others.

Attitude is everything and affects every setback and obstacle we face. Situations, obstacles, and problems are just situations, problems, or obstacles. They aren’t good or bad, they just are. It’s how we cope with such situations that turns them either good or bad. We can turn every negative into a positive with the right attitude, positive vibe, or flow.

I’m working on my positive attitude right now, and not letting my subconscious mind drag me down. I’m managing my thoughts and turning any negative thought into a positive one. Don’t watch the sad news and be dragged down by the negativity. Face everyday with enthusiasm, passion, motivation, and determination to have a positive attitude. When faced with anything or anyone that’s negative, turn it around with a positive attitude. Think big and loud. Feel content and satisfied, and you’ll be surprised at how fast your life will change!

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2 thoughts on “The Power of Attitude

  1. I too have had a rash of negative influence and thoughts creep into my life. What has helped me work through them is letting go of the reigns on things I cannot control. While ‘not caring’ seems like a horrible attitude; in some cases it is simply knowing the level of input one can give before a situation becomes stressful and toxic. Pride in ones job is a positive attitude; knowing that others may simply trample that pride through ineptness or meanness and understanding that it’s okay is hard to do but necessary. Forget the naysayers… they’ve already forgotten you.

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