Frankttitude (Frank + Attitude) , the apt word to realize the life as you feel and how you should feel. Lets get into the frankness to discuss our Attitude,
as Corazon Aquino has correctly said :
“One must be frank to be relevant. “
The most important decision we make in our lives is the attitude we choose to express each day when dealing with people or circumstances. The key is the realization that we choose. That’s right. Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.
“ If you don't like something, change it. If you can't change it, change your attitude.” - Maya Angelou
You purposefully choose your attitude. Choosing a positive state of mind will lead to virtually unlimited success in your career and your life. The rewards of a positive attitude are enormous, if you are willing to keep your spirits up over the long term.
“Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude.”
A sustained negative attitude will kill you. A negative attitude will lead to unhappiness, poor relationships, difficulty at work and ultimately, poor health.
As you read this article, think about your day. We usually have a series of encounters with things and people whom we feel cause a reaction in us. In fact, we choose that reaction. We can choose to respond in a positive or negative way to these challenges. Our attitude about people, money, challenges, and life in general has a powerful influence on how we experience everything. Learning to adjust our attitude and perception is a powerful way to create positive change in every aspect of our life.
"Attitude comes from within us." We may blame others, circumstances or events for our situation; however, the key is our response to those things or people.
I realize that incorporating empowering qualities into your current attitude can feel somewhat challenging at times. That’s because the whole subject of attitude is a little more involved than most people think. Your attitude is the outward expression of your emotional disposition toward just about everything. So, adopting a more empowering attitude is actually an inside job. That means it requires some internal alignment of your major core attributes.