An individual’s attitude determines his or her performance.
A person cannot travel within and stand still without. – James Allen
Axiom #1 Our attitude determines our approach to life.
Axiom #2 Our attitude determines our relationship with people.
Axiom #3 Often our attitude is the only difference between success and failure.
Axiom #4 Our attitude at the beginning of a task will affect its outcome more than anything else.
Axiom #5 Our attitude can turn our problems into blessings.
Axiom #6 Our attitude can give us an uncommonly positive perspective.
Axiom #7 Our attitude is not automatically good because we are Christians.
5 things about a Christian attitude:
- Do things for the right reasons
- Regard others more important than yourself
- Look out for the interests of others
- Christ recognized His Sonship and therefore was willing to serve God and others.
Possess the attitude of Christ
- Be not power hungry
- Demonstrate obedience
- Fulfill God’s purpose
An attitude’s growth never stops. Our attitudes are formed by our experiences and how we react to them.
There is no such thing as a perfect, flawless attitude. There will always be trims required.
For as he thinks within Himself so is He. – Proverbs 23:7
Reference: John Maxwell, The Winning Attitude
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