Your attitude defines you in the eyes of everyone who comes in contact with you. A positive attitude projects a healthy view of you. A bad attitude says “stay away from that guy.” These words are just basic common sense.
So, how do you measure up? Do have bad days and send negative messages about yourself to your team, your peers or even worse to your boss? If you answered “yes” go look in the mirror and ask the next question “who is responsible for this bad attitude?” The answer is you!Only you can control your attitude. Your attitude tells others all about you. Good attitudes encourage collaboration, respect and hard work. Send the message you want sent by demonstrating a positive attitude around the clock. There should be no “time out” for an attitude shift.