Attitude Is Your Superpower
How to Create Incredible Life-Changing Success
by Eduardo Clemente
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Pub Date 22 Nov 2021 | Archive Date 15 Jun 2022
Improve your life and your career with some powerful mindset tips for success, positivity, and strong adaptation skills.
You might be in a negative spiral, productively or psychologically, stuck thinking you’re just not good enough, you’ll never get ahead, and the world is unfair. Or perhaps you feel pretty good about your attitude, but you know there’s always room for improvement, and you’re curious about what you can tweak to do better.
Whatever your current position, you have the opportunity to take agency at work and in life. You can actively improve your situation because it all comes down to attitude, and your attitude is not set in stone. Even better—you don’t need a million training courses or a year-long MBA to adjust it. You can improve your attitude one pep talk and one step at a time.
WHAT YOU WILL FIND IN THIS BOOK:
Importantly, this book is no list of things to do! You’ll learn that attitude is about how others perceive you and how you perceive yourself, how It’s separate from your personality and how to completely change and improve your life and career by understanding and managing better your:
Problem solving mindset
As a bonus the book also includes a set of tips on how to best leverage skills like managing expectations and your drive for excellence to achieve strong success in your career.
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Average rating from 5 members
This is a solid book that is easy to read. I like to pick up books like this to read while waiting at the dentist's or doctor's office because they are upbeat and offer little nuggets of wisdom. I especially recommend this book to young adults.
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