Attitude versus outcome

When we have the right attitude, we will have the right outcome. Unfortunately, whichever way we choose to look at it, our attitude impacts our life in the way we think and motivate ourselves. Have you ever noticed that when you have the wrong attitude, nothing works out?

With the right attitude, we can turn a boring situation into something more interesting, because we will go in with a different, more positive attitude on what we’re dealing with. The right attitude will help us see people in a more positive light and makes light of boring situations.

A positive attitude paves the way for all eventualities. It not only gives us a direction that makes our lives more positive, but a more positive attitude gives us a different thought process that helps us overcome negativity, helping us to produce the outcome we want. For us to overcome negativity, we must continually and consistently have a positive attitude.

A positive attitude opens doors. A negative attitude will close the very door we’re trying to open. When we change our attitude, we create opportunities for a more positive outcome, in the same way that when we take full responsibility we take the first step towards being in control of how we see our circumstances and therefore how we choose to deal with things.


8 Nov, 2014

4 thoughts on “Attitude versus outcome

  1. I’ve enforced the positive attitude rule to my children for years and told others they need to be positive about things, especially people that are continually negative.

    I think being negative brings on bad stuff. Being positive brings on the good outcomes that we want.

    1. Thanks Lisa. Yes even if the outcome isn’t the outcome we want, a positive attitude helps motivate us so that we remain positive throughout.

      As you say we need to be positive about things.

  2. This blog is a timely reminder for all of us to try to stay positive especially during the dark hours of our lives. Yet staying positive is not the easiest thing to do especially if a burden weighs heavy on our minds.

    I need to fully understand that what I think in secret can influence the outcome of my circumstances.

    1. Thanks Tim. I agree with you that staying positive isn’t the easiest thing to do. I tend to go with the thought process that what I can sort out I deal with and what isn’t in my control I let go of.

      That way helps me. Affirmations, lifestyle and being around positive people also help change our attitude to our lives and staying positive.

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