It's improbable that a person with a bad attitude can continuously be a
success. We cannot continue to function in a manner that we do not truly
believe about ourselves.
Norman Vincent Peale relates this story in his book, Power of the Plus
Factor. "Once walking through the twisted little streets of Kowloon in
Hong Kong, I came upon a tattoo studio. In the window were displayed
samples of the tattoos available.
On the chest or arms you could have
tattooed an anchor or flag or mermaid or whatever. But what struck me
with force were three words that could be tattooed on one's flesh,Born
"I entered the shop in astonishment and, pointing to those words, asked
the Chinese tattoo artist,"Does anyone really have that terrible phrase,
Born to lose, tattooed on his body?"
"He replied, Yes sometimes." But. I said, Ijust can't believe that anyone
in his right mind would do that."2 Answers語言1 decade ago
They are blaming everyone else for their problems.
The greatest day in your life and mine is when we take total responsibility
for our attitudes. That’s the day we truly grow up.
An advisor to President Lincoln refused, saying,” I don’t like the
“But, sir, he can’t be responsible for his face,” replied Lincoln,
And the subject was dropped. No matter what you think about your
Attitude, it shows on your face!2 Answers語言1 decade ago
That's a lesson for all of us. We choose what attitudes we have right now.
And it's a continuning choice. I'm amazed at the large number of adults
who fail to take responsibility for their attitudes.
If they're grumpy and someont asks why, they'll say,"I got up on the
wrong side of the bed." When failure begins to plague their lives, they'll
say, "I was born on the wrong side of the tracks." When life begins to
flatten out and others in the family are still climbing, they'll say,
"Well, I was in the wrong birth order in the wrong person.
When someone else gets a primotion they wanter, It's because they
were in the wrong place at the wrong time.1 Answer語言1 decade ago
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