Your Attitude is Everything! For Your Selling Success

Posted by Diane on Mar 31, 2011

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Your Attitude

You only have control of two things in your life – your attitude and your behavior. In Stephen R. Covey’s book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, states that if we want to change the situation, we first have to change ourselves. And for us to change ourselves, we first must change our perceptions. “Remember, it is the perceptions you form that control how you see things and where you focus your time and energy.”

The process for human change begins within YOU! You have tremendous potential, worth, and the ability to change. And, of course, you desire good results from your efforts. But you must be willing to do the work and pay the price that success and happiness demand. The only one thing that determines the level of your success and potential, produces the intensity of your efforts, and predicts the quality of your results, is your attitude.

Some valuable basics to for you to practice and lock in:

1. Your attitude will make you or break you – in every aspect of your life!

2. Your attitude determines how you see yourself and how you perceive the world around you.

3. Your self-worth is established by your attitude and your belief system about you – how you see yourself, now and in the future.

4. No person or circumstance can control your attitude – unless you voluntarily surrender that power.

5. No one else can make you angry or happy, successful or unsuccessful. You make yourself what you are, by your choice to surrender yourself to a bad attitude or conquer a great attitude.

6. If you care at all about yourself, then you must accept full responsibility for your own actions and feelings.

7. If you want to receive the rewards and gifts your precious future holds in trust for you, then you must exercise the most important choice given to you as a member of our human race – and this is, maintaining total ownership over your attitude.

8. See your attitude as your free asset – a treasure of great value – and one you must protect dearly, accordingly. And beware of the vandals and thieves among us who will injure your positive attitude or seek to steal it away. Boundaries are necessary and important.

9. Having the right attitude is one of the basics that your success requires. The combination of a sound personal philosophy and a positive attitude about yourself and the world around you gives you a beautiful inner strength and a firm resolve that influences all the other areas of your existence.

10. Best of all, having a good attitude becomes infectious. To educate, I share an excerpt from my book:

“Being in good company is definitely contagious. In my own life, I frequently have people say to me, ‘Wow, you just know how to bring out the best in people.’ ‘ I’m not used to feeling so happy (so nice, so fun or whatever).’  ’Being in your company just seems to bring out the best in me.’  Or they will comment, ‘I just love to be with you.’  ‘I like myself so much better when I am around you.’”

Can you think of any other ways your attitude affects your success – or – how you can have a better affect on your attitude for your success?

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1 Comment »

Now about reviewing the article I resonate with the above as it’s what we genuinely believe and it’s great reading from a writer that is posting things on this online to read

July 28th, 2013 | 3:42 am
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