Attitude is everything : 10 life-changing steps to turning by Keith Harrell

By Keith Harrell

A revised variation of the consultant on how one can enhance a profession via employing a good perspective attracts at the author's paintings as a motivational advisor for Fortune 500 businesses and descriptions particular options on tips on how to get forward within the company world.


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Southwest’s recruiters must identify the “elite few” who can make it at Southwest. What do they look for? A positive attitude! Attitudes at Home As a child, I don’t remember wondering whether I would succeed or not. The only question was, what would I have to do to succeed? That’s one of the most valuable gifts my parents gave me. Their examples helped me develop my own positive attitude toward life. Some people seem to have the idea that since they have AT T I T U D E I S E V E RY T H I N G 21 to be nice when they’re out all day, they can be surly at home.

I didn’t think of it as a negative thing until my first day of kindergarten. I was five years old. I was so excited to be around the other kids and to find a desk in the front row with my name on it. My teacher, Miss Peterson, was a very positive, dynamic woman who glowed with energy and enthusiasm. She told us right off that she thought we were going to be the best class in the school. Then she started to go around the room asking us to say our names so everyone could get to know each other. She asked me to go first.

Then the boy next to me, Billy, who later became my best friend, looked at me and said, “You’re too tall. ” The kids all giggled at that too. Miss Peterson must have said something to the class, but I was so wrapped up in what the kids said that I didn’t notice. It’s the Internal Messages That Count I was hurt, of course. I wanted my mom. I had never felt that kind of pain. I kept repeating those negative comments. You’re too tall. You can’t talk. You shouldn’t be here. That feeling of not belonging is a terrible one whether you are a kid in kindergarten or an adult in a corporate office.

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