How is Yours?


It’s a simple formula. Anytime that your attitude goes up or down or your behavior is better or worse, your results do as well.
Everyone wants more and better results. To achieve better or more results, focus on the things within your control.

Many things can affect your attitude if you allow them to. Take control of your attitude and prevent “things” from taking you down.
Get a shield around your good attitude and do not let anyone or anything take it away from you.

Behavior is usually triggered by one of two things; feelings and judgments. If you only do what is best when you feel like it, there are times that you won’t. And when it comes to judgments, who’s not guilty of taking one quick look at a customer and forming some form of judgment as to whether or not this will be a good one? If your judgment is negative so will your result be. It is a self fulfilling prophecy.

There are some other things that can affect your results like the weather, the economy and traffic. Unlike your attitude and behavior these are things that are beyond your control and DO NOT warrant your attention. Whenever you are faced with a challenging situation, ask yourself, “What can I DO about this situation to improve it?”

One Response to “How is Yours?”

  1. john rogers Says:

    yes, better to stop and cool off and figure out what is best to do rather than react instantly and say things you may regret, or that cause instant conflict. Beyond the sales situation, when i observe others and myself also, i find that most people have hair triggers generally speaking. people don’t like to even be offered advice unsolicited. i think that is ridiculous unless some schizophrenic person is offering me advice. Otherwise, it costs nothing to listen and honestly consider what is being offered, and either accept or reject it nicely. a more civil world is a better world.

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