Attitude is all about the right intentions, right motivations and right approach to things. Getting up in the morning with a positive attitude that things will be better and if they are not “I” will work towards making them favourable is like winning half the battle!
Here are some of the most inspiring sayings, by famous personalities in the world, that can affect your attitude.
ULTIMATE ATTITUDE QUOTES COLLECTION
The right attitude
“Sooner or later, those who win are those who think they can.”
Start working on your attitude skills! Hone yourself to be positive and a doer & believer!
His first book, Jonathan Livingston Seagull by 1970, with a total circulation of over five million copies worldwide success and is now regarded as a cult book.
Laws of attraction
“Men do not attract that which they want, but that which they are.”
Pick up a challenging task and give it your best! If you succeed you’ll be super happy but if you fail you’ll gain more confidence cause you will realise trying is even better than not trying! 🙂
He was known as a pioneer of the self-help movement.
Through the heart
“There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so.”
Change your opinion. Try a dish you never thought you would even taste, talk to someone you don’t really know, or wear a colour that you thought you won’t be able to carry.
He wrote 38 plays and 154 sonnets.
“Your aspirations are your possibilities.”
Don’t think of the outcomes. Just do whatever comes to your mind and see how it works out. At least by the end of the day you’ll not have to say ‘if’ even once!
In February 1767, Johnson was granted a special audience with King George III.
NO bad vibes
“A bad attitude is worse than a bad swing.”
Don’t say NO to a job just because you feel you can’t do it. Give it a shot!
He was reputed to have the biggest wardrobe of all professional golfers and was a favourite of photographers because of his flamboyant attire!
Physically loose, mentally tight
“Character is the result of two things: mental attitude and the way we spend our time.”
Learn a new skill. It could be baking, writing, singing, any sport, language, absolutely anything!
Elbert held a number of jobs starting from working on a farm, a cub reporter and a teacher.
Live in the moment
“Be happy in the moment, that’s enough. Each moment is all we need, not more.”
Celebrate honesty day at home! Be honest to one another about your feelings, thoughts and emotions. It will open up a new space of communication.
She never saw her mother or sister again after leaving home to become a missionary.
“Choose to be optimistic, it feels better.”
Dance your blues away! Switch on the radio and dance to the melodies coming out of it without any inhibitions. It’s reinvigorating!
He took the throne at age 4 at an enthronement ceremony in Lhasa, Tibet and became a monk at age 6.
“Your mental attitude attracts to you everything that makes you what you are.”
Smile at everyone you meet. Some of them might not smile back but that’s okay, you will feel happy the whole time!
His writing career began when he was 13 when he worked as a ‘mountain reporter’ for a Wise County newspaper in Virginia.