A Winning Attitude (2004) by Rosie Hamilton-McGinty

By Rosie Hamilton-McGinty

With 'A successful perspective' goals to let readers to be influenced, self-guided, do correct by way of others, open how to empathy and develop into worrying and compassionate.

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51 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Most of our unhappiness keeps us living in the past and prevents us fully living in the present. 52 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Never take counsel of your fears, they can create stress and unhappiness. 53 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Praise yourself when you deserve it, be kind to yourself. 54 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Learn to address and deal with what makes you stressful. Take time out to reflect on necessary changes. 55 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Trust yourself and your perceptions – have confidence in your abilities.

Set goals - give yourself something to aim for. Set your sights high – but be realistic. 39 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Success is the next step – past failure. 40 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Your attitude affects how you feel physically and mentally and affects how successful you are in achieving your goals. 41 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Your attitude should always be the same whoever you are with – always be positive and helpful. 42 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E A positive attitude always wins the day.

37 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Your attitude will improve when you act the part of a happy confident person – laugh, sing and smile. Do this for five minutes every day. 38 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Enthusiasm, energy and determination are essential ingredients to progress. Set goals - give yourself something to aim for. Set your sights high – but be realistic. 39 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Success is the next step – past failure. 40 A W I N N I N G A T T I T U D E Your attitude affects how you feel physically and mentally and affects how successful you are in achieving your goals.

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