The Importance of a Winning Attitude

Winston Churchill on AttitudeIt is clear that attitude is one of the most powerful resources available to anyone, and a person’s attitude affects every part of his or her life, in either a positive or negative way.

It’s no surprise that top producers at National Agents Alliance typically have a positive attitude.  Early in their professional career they learned what W. Clement Stone said back in the 1920’s:  “Sales are contingent upon the attitude of the salesman – not the attitude of the prospect.”  They also picked up that attitude is contagious – good or bad, and that’s true not only with their prospects but with everyone they encounter.

Your attitude affects your team, your employees, your family and friends.  Earl Nightengale put it this way:  “Our attitude towards others determines their attitude toward us.”  To run a large organization and large business, the leader sets the example by the attitude displayed.  It affects relationships, physical and mental energy, stamina, self-image, work habits, and the ability to think big and see the ultimate possibilities.  How can someone with a poor attitude reach heights they can’t even imagine?

CEO Andy Albright always teaches the importance of a Positive Mental Attitude.  It’s one of the eight tenets from his book 8 Steps to Success.  Having a positive attitude is a personal decision that great leaders make easily because they know the effect the opposite has on their business.

To join the elite at National Agents Alliance and separate yourself from the crowd, make it a habit to only show a positive attitude.  Never let the inevitable problems we all face change how others see you.  As a leader you are the example, so let your passion show and make sure your superior attitude is what gets noticed.

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