Attitude Is Everything

Change Your Attitude, Change Your Life!

by Jeff Keller

Number of pages: 144

Publisher: AMACOM

BBB Library: Communication, Psychology and Strengths

ISBN: 9780979041037

About the Author

Jeff Keller is the founder and President of Attitude Is Everything, Inc.


Editorial Review

Think of your attitude as the mental filter through which you experience the world. Some people see the world through the filter of optimism—the glass being half full—while others see life through a filter of pessimism—the glass being half empty. Typically, a person with a negative attitude thinks “I CAN’T,” dwells on problems, finds fault with others, focuses on what’s missing, sees limitations. By contrast, someone with positive attitude thinks “I CAN,” concentrates on solutions, looks for the good in others, counts his or her blessings, sees possibilities. Your attitude is your window to the world.

Book Reviews

"Whether you’re already a reasonably positive person or you suffer from “Negative Nelly” tendencies, you will benefit from reading (and re-reading) this book." All Things Admin

"The book builds much of its premise around the law of dominant thought which is defined by Keller as." Compound Leadership

"Attitude is Everything is superior to some others in its genre in that it is short and the author’s enthusiasm for the subject comes through."Keenan's Book Reviews

"Jeff highlights 12 extremely powerful and highly important lessons within his book, that when applied on a day-to-day basis, will change the way you think, your actions and also your posture." How to Earn Money With the Internet

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Think of your attitude as the mental filter through which you experience the world.