ATTITUDE INVOLVED IN SUCCESS

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ATTITUDE THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR IN SUCCESS.

Attitude involves mind’s predisposition to certain ideas, values, people, systems, institutions. A way of feeling or acting toward a person, thing or situation

Many times a person’s attitude might be based on the negative and positive attributes they associate with an object. Affective component The affective component of attitudes refer to your feelings or emotions linked to an attitude object. Affective responses influence attitudes in a number of ways.

Every attitude has three components that are represented in what is called the ABC model of attitudes: A for affective, B for behavioral, and C for cognitive. The affective component refers to the emotional reaction one has toward an attitude object.

There are many components or characters combined together to achieve success in everything that we do. Many people focus on some and they undermine the main factor. to mention a few: hand work, knowledge, persistence, patience. Attitude is the main factor someone must have towards what his doing, so it be own business or employment and in social life. Having a good or positive attitude towards something leads to growth, success, achievement and prosperity.A Positive Attitude Leads to Success and Happiness. A positive attitude helps you cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. It brings optimism into your life, and makes it easier to avoid worries and negative thinking.

Lack of a positive attitude can result into loss of hope, lack of confidence,having low esteem and the end result is failure. A negative attitude is a disposition, feeling, or manner that is not constructive, cooperative, or optimistic A negative attitude  can lead to change in plans. Examples of a negative attitude include; aggression, anger, betrayal, bigotry, blame, cowardice, critical, cynical, depression, dishonesty, envy, greed, guarded, hatred, indifference, intolerance, irresponsibility, jealousy, pessimism, prejudice, pride, resentment, revenge, sadness, selfishness, skeptical, suspicious, thoughtlessness, unemotional.

In developing attitude, Attitude formation is of particular interest to psychology because attitudes often direct behavior. Rather, there are three theories that are used most often to describe attitude formation: functionalism, learning, and cognitive dissonance theories.

How do we keep a positive attitude? Change your perception, belief or opinion of the situation .Always act with a purpose, Stretch yourself past your limits every day, Take action without expecting results, Use setbacks to improve your skills, Seek out those who share your positive attitude, Don’t take yourself so seriously, See the positive in everything. Negative thoughts and attitudes are draining and if you give in to them, they will become stronger, Make a list of everything for which you’re grateful, Use positive words, Surround yourself with positive people.

One time talking to a friend he told me attitude is the main weapon for achievement. He makes sure he scores the highest mark in this factor. He believes that some needs 98% result of attitude as effort put in either at work or in social life.

Don’t let your dreams die out  on the expense of a bad attitude. A Positive attitude keeps your dreams alive. A positive attitude helps you cope more easily with the daily affairs of life. It brings optimism into your life, and makes it easier to avoid worries and negative thinking. If you adopt it as a way of life, it would bring constructive changes into your life, and makes them happier, brighter and more successful.

People generally don’t have a high level of attitude awareness. They’ll know if they are hungry or if their feet hurt, but they usually don’t have a good handle on their attitude. That is a mistake because attitude is everything. It governs the way you perceive the world and the way the world perceives you.

 

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