Ah, my experience with it was early 90s so I apparently have outdated info. Millicent April 17, at
To be successful in any area in life you need to have the right attitude, which means you have to approach any task or job with determination, tenacity and above all plenty of enthusiasm.
Of course, it is important for people to have skills, training and experience but I have always been a huge believer in putting attitude above aptitude. You can come fully equipped for a role but without real enthusiasm the best skill-set will count for very little.
In my view there are two types of people in this world, and those who take the glass half empty approach are simply setting themselves up for failure no matter what targets they set themselves. More importantly, having the right attitude can have a real impact on the business in terms of its performance.
The key to real success is an ability to adapt to change, and that will never happen if you approach every challenge with a negative attitude.
People with the right mental attitude can always take something positive from a difficult situation and most important of all, will be constantly looking at ways of moving a business on to the next stage of its journey or development.Why Attitude, Not Aptitude, Determines Your Altitude The more I coach others and the more I grow, the more I’m convinced that attitude tramples aptitude; that in your relationships with people, in your career and in your life, the attitudes you have matter sooo much more than your skills.
The research has found that developing your EQ. Our 2-part series on moving from Windows to Linux concludes with ideas on how to install Linux without an Internet connection, how to restore the files you backed up, and what applications you get out of the box, and what you will likely want to install after you have your Linux setup.
Freud is generally considered the father of psychology, and he certainly did not engage in rigorous science.
Psychology has long been the domain of wild speculation and Saying Things In An Authoritative Voice rather than actual science.
Once a company decides they want (or want to continue) to deliver excellent customer service, it becomes up to the people to execute. You can’t do it without the right people who have been properly trained to do so – and have a certain aptitude for customer service.
With this very example I am here to articulate my views on the topic ‘your attitude and not your aptitude decide your altitude.’ Attitude is a little thing that can make a big difference – not only in our life but also in the lives of others around us.
Even more unfortunately, there is some historic basis for this. Humans, after all, are social animals. Cooperation along with the invention of language is how we survived, and those who tried to go it alone often weren't able to reproduce or hand over their innovations to the next person.