Attention & Your Attitude

I have posted before from the brilliant Randy Gage.

Here is his contribution today.

“Here’s the funny thing.  The one thing we have the most control over is our attitude.  Yet most people behave like they have no control over this whatsoever.  

But your attitude determines how you respond when someone turns you down, doesn’t show up for a presentation, or a team member drops out.  You can choose to make those learning experiences or distractions.

Your attitude determines whether you accept personal responsibility for what happens in your business, or you blame others.  Your attitude determines whether you do daily self-development or not, exercise or not, try or give up.   In fact, your attitude actually determines whether you decide to succeed or fail.”

May I add, so does forgiveness. In fact, forgiveness IS attitude, all about attitude, your attitude.

So if your relationships are not what you’d like, and I am including business relationships in that bunch, if conversations with loved ones and prospects aren’t as smooth as you’d like, may I suggest paying more Attention and perhaps you’ll see that Forgiveness is exactly what’s needed in the moment.

If you are looking for an aid to work on your ability to forgive, may I further suggest this audio CD – THE CHOICE OF FORGIVENESS. 

Here’s a link to Amazon and no, I am not an affiliate.

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