attitude by rajeshrathor



                                  What is...daily living

                                                      See
                                                     Hear
                                                     Think
                                                       Do
                                                      Feel
                                                     Smell
                                                     Sense

                Some how, it seems these are quickly becoming things of the past?

I am 52 years old and was in the store the other day. After mowing the yard I was hot and
sweaty, so I went to a local store for a cold drink. In addition, I saw a bottle of wine and
decided to buy it. Got to the cashier and did not have any identification and she refused to
sell me a bottle of wine. No big deal, but when you think about it, where are we, as a
people, headed?

                           Your reaction to any given situation, Attitude.

No matter the situation, you always have certain thoughts about it. Let's take daily living.

Attitude one: Ignore it?

Attitude two: Roll with the flow?

Attitude three: Be actively involved?

Most of us have our hands full with day to day living. Ignoring, many opportunities, we do
as little as possible to make our lives better. Strange but true, we will ignore, but we do not
want to be ignored--double standard.

To avoid additional responsibility, we "roll with the flow". Then, when serious stuff happens
we do not have a clue. It is like we do not think bad stuff will happen to us, as an individual
or a community, so we fail to prepare. Worse, we live like that. In an emergency, where do
we go for food, water, shelter? Who maintains it?
In regard to the above, today, we do very little for ourselves any more, leaving it up to the
professionals. Whatever happened to the well rounded family, community...thinking folks?

We all have feelings, we do not want to be ignored nor made to feel less than, so why would
you do it to someone else. The nature of the business, huh?

These attitudes and behaviors are very prevalent within our society, especially, with those
of us with little to no income. Jobs are causing us to work under tremendous pressure and
we keep making more rules increasing pressure. Who cares if life giving utilities are cut-off,
you should have paid?

In many of these cases, during the heat of battle, logic often goes out the window and fear
or power steps in. Peace is what we are after but war is how we most often get it.

I know there are situations when you have no choice, but I also know, many folk serving in
these positions, often have very little self control or self-esteem; otherwise they would not
serve in these positions. I mean you might as well install computers, what good is a human
cashier when they work like machines?

Customer service is all but non-existent. If this is the best we can do in a store, then you
know our homes are hurting.

Yes, crime is up but the questions are where and why? The answers are all over, inside and
out, white and blue collar. The idea is not to kill more criminals but to create less of them.
That has to be done through better daily living. Being actively involved?

Change My Attitude

What is Attitude?

Attitude means one's mental position relative to something - a way of behaving or thinking. Used by itself, attitude
commonly implies a negative mind set, as in "she has a bad attitude."

A bad or negative attitude indicates a leaning toward negativism, either with regard to some topic, such as work, or to
life in general. A positive attitude is just the opposite; either a leaning toward some topic or to life in general.

Read more at Suite101: What is Attitude and How to Change Attitudes: Attitude Training with Daily Positive
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Attitude Skills for Success at Work and in Life
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This seminar teaches you how to develop a positive attitude for success. Whether you consider yourself
to have a good or bad attitude, this course will help you be more successful in your job and life.

While we all know attitude affects a person’s behavior and their results, courses specifically designed to
teach employees the skills they need to develop a positive attitude are not typically made available.
That’s why we developed this attitude skills course.

We call it attitude skills, but it is really about helping people discover new ways of thinking. The workshop
is based on the assumption that everyone has an attitude. It might be positive or a negative attitude
depending on someone else’s perspective. The real issue is training individuals how to use thinking
processes that maximize their ability to succeed. We teach thinking processes that reflect in
behaviors that insure success in business and life.

Participants in this training learn how to reengineer their thought process to become more effective –
even in the most challenging work environments.

                Taking responsibility for your own attitude is the first step to success.

Most employers expect the manager to “fix” or “fire” the employee with a "bad attitude." In fact, there is
little the manager can do to “fix” the employee’s attitude. The employee must “fix” their own attitude. At
the same time the manager’s attitude must be right to create an environment allowing the employee to
refocus their attitude for a more positive and productive work effort. If the manager or the employee lacks
the skills to make adjustments to their thought processes – attitude change for a more productive effort
will not take place.

This seminar is not just a make you “feel good” for a day “rah-rah” session. Participants learn practical
techniques and specific how-to’s they can use immediately to refocus and rethink their approach to work
performance, the team, the boss, and their life.

The right attitude is critical to all aspects of organizational performance. Having the right attitude impacts:

       Job performance
       Meeting quality standards
       Sales potential
       Customer service and support
       Team spirit
       Boss/employee relations
       Coworker support
       Stakeholder expectations
       And much, much more.

Let’s face it, when it comes to success in business and life, your attitude is a “make it” or “break it” factor.
Therefore, this training session is designed for all employees and managers at all levels of the
organization. From sales and customer service personnel to administrative and frontline employees, this
seminar will benefit everyone.

                       The “Attitude Skills for Success” class benefits everyone.
In this highly interactive session, participants develop a heightened awareness and a genuine
understanding of how to take a “Yes I can!” approach to everything they do. Through self-evaluation,
application exercises and developing a definitive plan of action, everyone leaves refocused to achieve
their goals.

                    Holding yourself accountable for job performance begins with
                           holding yourself accountable for your attitude.

Both the employer and their employees benefit from this training. The employer gains a workforce that is
reenergized to meet performance challenges in the short term and the sustainable skills for long term
success. The employees develop skills for success in their job and life skills that can be applied to every
career, personal and family situation.

Training Benefits

       Develop a culture of accountability
       Develop a positive “Yes I can” attitude for improved performance
       Improved work quality
       Improved sales and customer relations
       Improved customer loyalty
       Improved team efforts
       Improved goal achievement
       And more...

Overview of the Five Laws of Awakening Significance and Deliverables Provided

       Understanding attitude
       Recognize the importance of attitude
       Positive attitude is the way you dedicate yourself and the way you think
       Check the way you think
       Developing your attitude attributes
       Develop a “Yes I can” attitude
       Learning the power of attitude
       Identify attitude origins and influences
       Apply the principles that lead to positive attitudes
       Have a clear, concise vision
       Do a reality check of your dreams
       Don’t let fear stop your success
       Sell the benefits of performance
       Take responsibility for your attitude, your action actions and your results
       Take specific actions that will lead to a positive attitude
       Tell stories to paint pictures of success
       Invite participation
       Radiate optimism
       Recognize achievement
       What to do when you become negative
       What to do when others are negative
       Develop individual actions plans to achieve a positive attitude

For most people, these skills and behaviors do not automatically happen. This is especially true in time of
crisis and uncertainty. This training can do wonders for improved workplace morale and improved
performance. Creating great workplace attitudes is not just the manager’s job – it is everyone’s

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