aptitudeHave you ever known someone who was born with all the right stuff – money, status, intelligence, opportunity – but couldn’t seem to get their life together?

Have you ever known someone who came from nothing – poor parents, sub-par grades in school, maybe even a few run-ins with the law -and still somehow rose to a high position in business, government or social standing?

Those who WANT to succeed WILL eventually succeed. They can acquire the education, save the money, climb the ladder and create amazing opportunities, as long as they have the burning desire to do so.

There is something unique about these types of people. What is it? They have a “can-do” attitude, and are grateful for all the good fortune that comes their way. And they have discovered anything is possible with gratitude and fierce determination.

Those without the will to succeed, however, can squander even the finest of opportunities. Either they don’t want what they have, or they are unwilling to work hard enough to keep it. And before they know it, all their opportunities have slipped through their fingers and disappeared.

Fortunately, any attitude can be adjusted in order to get what you truly want. If you ever find yourself in the position of feeling victimized, entitled or apathetic, you can choose to be grateful, humble, deserving, and then act accordingly. Soon new opportunities will arise…and you will rise along with them.

What ATTITUDE will YOU choose TODAY?

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