It’s time that you begin to attack life. If you aren’t where you want to be it’s because your’re not who you need to be. Everything you want is out their waiting on you. There is nothing that can stop you from becoming the person you ought to be. There will be obstacles and challenges, but those only exist to test how bad you really want it. Attacking life is about making a decision and not stopping until you get it done. I’ve heard the question asked many time to successful people. To what do you attribute your success? So many times the answer is simply, I made a decision. A made up mind is a powerful weapon. Your decisions will lay the foundations from which all other elements will blossom. Your decisions give you direction and that direction will lead you to a destination. That’s the power of having a made up mind. So it time that you stop pushing to the side, putting off and procrastinating. It’s time that you make the decision and begin to attack life. Your life is not a rehearsal. You’ve only got one shot, so make it count. It’s time to decide who you want to become, where you want to be and what you want to have. Let’s get to work! Attack Life.
Its important that we work on our attitude. Your attitude is a reflection of your state of mind. As we learn to manage and become more aware of our state of mind, we can begin to manage our attitude. Wherever we are mentally, it will be from that point of view that our attitude will be projected out to the world. We want to be careful and deliberate about what we project out because what we send out comes back to us. So if we want good things to come our way, we have to initiate the process by sending good things out. We have to take control of our attitude and the first step to taking control is becoming aware. Awareness is key. Awareness puts you in position to make a decision. You get to decide how you want to respond to any situation. This is an absolute super power. If you are able to stay calm in a stressful situation you are ahead of the game. Many people go through life reacting to situations instead of responding. Consequently those reactions come with a price. So ask yourself, what is my attitude costing me? Is it costing you a job or a promotion? Is your attitude costing you a relationship with your friends, family, kids or spouse? What is your attitude costing you? Is it in the way of you becoming your best self? Now ask yourself, is it worth it? I’m not suggesting this will be easy, but I am suggesting that its possible. Your attitude may not determine what you deal with, but it will determine how you deal with it. It’s time to make a decision about your attitude! Let’s get to work.