John Maxwell firmly points to attitude as the key in making or breaking a leader. Leadership has less to do with position than it does with disposition, because it will influence the way the followers think and feel. Great leaders understand that the right attitude will set the right atmosphere, which enables the right responses from others. Maxwell addresses what shapes a person's attitude and whether or not attitude can be changed. He addresses the common feeling of failure and shows how to overcome obstacles. Understanding success as a journey rather than a destination, he explains, is the key to good leadership. He concludes Attitude 101 with practical ways listeners can take their attitude to the next level.
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yes definitely. it has many good tips to mould our attitudes.
the way it makes us realise there is need to change.
no i have not. the narration s good, i don find any negative things to point out.
no. it made me think abt how to improve my attitude.
really a good book for people who are willing to improve themselves.
I listened to another version of this book years ago and found that it was much better for one reason: John reads it. Sean is not a good narrator and I find him slow in reading and a slightly annoying voice. I did listen to this book twice and it is packed with good knowledge. I used the part where John teaches about attitude equlling potential on a friends friend. She was having a hard time understanding this. In this book we learn what the true meaning of the word 'Attitude' means and not some slang garabage on TV. Or in some rap song. I enjoyed learning about it again and listened to it on 1.5x speed to make the narrator sound better.
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