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ATTITUDE is more important than money, than circumstances, than failures, than successes, than what other people think or say or do. It is more important than appearance, giftedness, or skill. It will make or break a company, an organization, a church, or a home.

       The remarkable thing is that we have a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past. Nor can we change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We also cannot change the inevitable. The only thing that we can do is to play on one string we have, and that is our attitude. “Life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it.”John Maxwell. We are in charge of our attitudes.

       Our attitudes are our most important assets. Our attitudes are the “and then some” that allows us the little extra edge over those whose thinking is wrong. “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” Walt Emerson.

Our attitudes determine what we see and how we handle our feelings. These two factors greatly determine our success. I remember my friend in high school, unable to find his Vic pen, (Its BIC pen and not Vic!) suspected that our classmate – who was always tinkering around with my classmate’s bag – had stolen it. During the next week everything our classmate did looked suspicious – the way he walked, the tone of his voice, his gestures.  But when my friend found the pen at his house, where it was left there all along, he could no longer see anything at all suspicious in our classmate.

       How do you handle feelings? There is a great difference between how we feel and how we handle our feelings. Our attitudes cannot stop our feelings, but they can keep our feelings from stopping us.

It is improbable that a person with a bad attitude can continuously be a success. Have you ever seen a person with a tattoo not on his body but on his head – deep inside his head, I mean? These are the people with negative attitudes. Once our minds are “tattooed” with negative thinking, our chances for long-term success diminish. We cannot continue to function in a manner that we do not truly believe about ourselves. Often we see people sabotage themselves because of wrong thinking.

 LEARN to think positive. Be hopeful amid problems. Let be comforted that there is no complete happiness in this world.

Be humble. Once you are slowly achieving your goals, stay humble and do not go the way of the haughty and proud because it will lead to your downfall. Stay on with your goodness. “Kumita lang ng malaki, nag-pasikat na sa mga kapitbahay. Handa rito, gastos doon, bili rito, inom doon, akala mo wala ng katapusan.”

Be frugal.Thanh Nguyen, a former Vietnamese refugee, who now owns a grocery store in Tarlac, is no stranger to what frugality means. His business flourished and he could afford anything he likes, but the Nguyens lived simply. Every centavo they earned they poured into their business. Though they sell clothes, for years on end they never had new clothes. Each time he went to Metro Manila to buy goods, he would only drink a cup of coffee in the morning, skip lunch and eat only upon returning home at night.

Always stay good.In the long run, people who stay good end up good. Have you seen a good man lately?

Stay strongin the middle of adversities and stay still because your hard work can mean no immediate rewards. And finally, always be happy.

That’s attitude!

 THEsports world has always appreciated Arnold Palmer. He never flaunted his success. Although he has won hundreds of trophies and awards, the only trophy in his office is a battered little cup that he got for his first professional win at the Canadian Open in 1955. The other thing that you will see is a framed plaque on the wall. The plaque tells you why he has been successful on and off the golf course. It reads:

If you think you are beaten, you are.

If you think you dare not, you don’t.

If you’d like to win but think you can’t,

It’s almost certain you won’t.

Life’s battles don’t always go

To the stronger or faster man,

But sooner or later, the man who wins

Is the man who thinks he can.

                What is the difference between a golfer who wins one golf tournament and an Arnold Palmer? Is it ability? Lucky breaks? Absolutely not! When an average of less than two strokes per tournament separates the top 25 golfers in the world, the difference has to be something more than ability.

It’s the attitude that makes the difference. People with negative thinking may start well, have a few good days, and win a match. But sooner or later, their attitudes will pull them down.

In our work, these are the people you don’t even need! Life is full of surprises and the adjustment of our attitudes is a lifelong project. We are responsible for our attitudes.

        THERE was this sticker that read, “Misery is an option.” I think you have to believe it. So does my “kumpare.” He and his wife went Christmas shopping together. The crowds at Greenhills Shopping Center were awful his woman had to skip lunch because she was on a tight schedule. She became tired and hungry, and her feet were hurting. She was more than a little irritable. As they left the last store, she asked her husband, “Did you see the nasty look that saleslady gave me?”The husband answered, “She didn’t give it to you. You had it when you went in.”

        We cannot choose how many years we will live, but we can choose how much life those years will have.

     We cannot control the beauty of our face, but we can control the expression on it.

     We cannot control life’s difficult moments, but we can choose to make life less difficult.

     We cannot control the negative atmosphere of the world, but we can control the atmosphere of our minds.

     Too often, we try to choose and control things we cannot.

      Too seldom, we choose to control what we can…our attitude.

     ”A happy person is not a person with a certa


in set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes.”Hugh Downs. Too many people believe that happiness is a condition. When things are going great, they’re happy. When things are going bad, they’re sad. Some people have what we call “destination disease.” They think that happiness can be found in a position or a place. Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross, understood the importance of choosing the right attitude even in wrong situations. She was never known to hold a grudge against anyone. One time a friend recalled to her a cruel thing that had happened to her some years previously, but Clara seemed not to remember the incident. “Don’t you remember the wrong that was done to you?” the friend asked. “No,” Clara answered calmly. “I distinctly remember forgetting that.”

How do you write the word “ATTITUDE?”

Directions: (1.) Write the word “ATTITUDE” with your writing hand. (2.) Write the word “ATTITUDE” with your other hand.

Application: When you look at the word “ATTITUDE” written by the hand you do not write with, you see a picture of the kind of attitude we usually have when we are trying to do something new. As one person said, “Nothing should ever be done for the first time.”

     Attitudes are nothing more than habits of thought, and habits can be acquired. An action repeated becomes an attitude realized. Here is a simple plan to help a person change some wrong attitudes: "Say the right words; Read the right books; Listen or watch to the right tapes; Chat with the right people; Be with the right people; Do the right things; and Pray the right prayer." You better apply it to yourself first!


Punctuality has been discussed so many times. But do people give this value much importance? It says a lot about a person’s character.

Why Are People Late?

1.   Common misguided behavior.

-        “Anyway, the meeting does not normally start on time so I can be late.”

-        Setting fines is not also the solution. “Parang sinabi ng Nanay sa kanyang anak na kapag hindi siya kumain ng maayos, hindi siya makakapunta sa Dreamworld.”

2.   People are also trying to get an allowance of a few minutes.

-        In other words, he or she is making “tawad,” for reasons like, to sleep some more, to attend to personal necessities, or to attend to other needs.

 3.   Ready excuse of traffic.

-        Hindi na bago ‘yan, normal na ‘yan! People who make traffic as an excuse will always be late. Traffic builds up every five minutes. You must provide an allowance for traffic.

-        It is better to hear people say, “I am sorry I am late and I have no excuse” than to hear him say, “I am sorry I am late due to heavy traffic.”

4.   No sense of urgency.

-        Some people are really slow. Have you ever found yourself running or driving your car at 100 km/hr because you are already late for an appointment?

-A person who has a sense of urgency may occasionally find himself in this kind of situation. Basta hindi lang siya ma-late! As he catches his breath and makes it on time for his appointment, the other party is late and when they see each other, the latter does not even apologize or mention his being tardy!

5.   No discipline.

-        The problem is not the people on time but the “other people” not being on time.

 6.   I don’t care attitude.

-“Huli na rin, eh di magpahuli na lang.” Be professional because your work is a business that has to be attended to all the time.

 7.   Irresponsibility.

-        The key to starting meetings on time is the Leader. If he himself is always late, he cannot expect the other people to be punctual. He is the one who sets the tone in ensuring that the meeting starts on time.

-        A responsible leader should make sure that he is in the meeting room several minutes ahead of the start of the meeting and has already prepared all the necessary materials for the meeting.

Century Properties Inc.
Ray E. Samson

REBL No: Project Director
engage in Condominium and house and lot selling

Address: 2/F Pacific Star Building
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