The only disability in life is your bad attitude. This is what Matthew Jeffers a senior acting major
at Townsend State University said in this video.

He is right. Attitude is everything.

When you have a good attitude things just seem to fall in place and you feel so good about yourself.

You can see the difference on the job. Some people complain about everything, they do not appreciate what they have and they are unwilling to change or even to look at things differently. Whereas others are very receptive to change, they are willing to try new things, see things in a different way. They are the ones who are always smiling and always grateful for what they have. They recognize that you have to put effort and passion into what you do. They go out of their way to help each other.

Even managers or bosses on the job encourage a good company culture when they have a good attitude. Staff display more team spirit and interest to see the company progress.

At home you know when the bad attitude kicks in. There are no thank you’s, you are welcome etc. There is just the me attitude – everyone must do things to please me. They do not care what you have to do to help them and they do not go out of their way to help you, and when you ask for help they may reluctantly try to help. Then they wonder why so many things go wrong for them? If they will only change their attitude and appreciate their loved ones and their friends and do unto others as they would like others do unto them.

A good attitude attracts people to you and also encourages them to want to be warm and friendly towards others.

I can go on and on, but I am sure you get the idea.

Is your bad attitude showing? I encourage you to check your attitude and take action where needed.