Why Attitude Matters – Future Grow Academy

Dr. Ankit Sharma, PhD

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Attitude Matters

Today, we will discuss why Attitude Matters and attitude is something that needs to grow in life, an essential ingredient for success. That is Attitude.

You all must have received the forwarded message that says, “Given each letter of the alphabet a number like A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, and so on.” If you add up the letters of the alphabet in the word “ATTITUDE,” this is the result:

A = 1, T = 20, I = 9, U = 21, D = 4, E = 5

A + T + T + I + T + U + D + E = 1 + 20 + 20 + 9 + 20 + 21 + 4 + 5 = 100.

So, you can see that A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E is equal to 100%.

K-N-O-W-L-E-D-G-E would be equal to 96%.

H-A-R-D-W-O-R-K would be equal to 98%.

It is partially true that hard work & knowledge equally matter on the path to success.

Why is Your Attitude Important

Our Attitude matters in all our actions. It is only the right attitude that gets us decent results. All the smiles and handshakes will not get you far if you do not have the attitude to help others without any expectations. If you expect something in return, it does not help, it is only a favor, and you are only interested in your selfish desires.

It has been said that Opportunity ‘knocks’ at every door. If we utilize it, it leads to success. Otherwise, we complain about the ‘noise.’ Every problem we face is nothing but a chance to succeed by learning how to overcome it. The better we get at solving difficulties, the more successful we are. The theory is only fully assumed by solving problems.

One cannot succeed in life with just ideas; only the use of view in overcoming difficulties brings the desired results. To a ‘positive’ person, a problem is not only a momentary setback but also a stepping stone to success.

To a ‘negative’ thinker, every issue only authorizes his pessimistic view that whatever can go wrong will go wrong. So every problem becomes a faltering block, with the inevitable result that they soon stop continuing.

Human nature has inactivity, i.e., it resists any change. We like to keep within our ‘comfort zone,’ even to the extent of not trying to change a bad habit that we are only too well aware of. However, should one desire to improve, there is no one stopping you on your path to success.

Read to know more about why Attitude Matters and how to develop.

How To Develop a Positive Attitude

Attitude Matters

1. Start a Gratefulness Journal

There’s so much to be thankful for in life; reminding yourself of that daily is necessary. A thankfulness journal is a beautiful way to stay positive every day.

Once a day, you write down at least three aspects of your day for which you feel thankful. They can be as small as seeing a cute baby on your way to work or as large as getting an offer from your dream company.

Moreover, they can be something that happened to you on that specific day, such as getting yourself a good book or something that always exists in your life, like having a family who loves you. Whatever you want to write is your choice.

All that matters is that you’re memorizing to feel grateful every day. You can grow a more positive outlook by retraining your mind to think about all the good things in your life.

2. Treat Yourself with Some Self-Care Daily

It’s always important to take care of your physical and mental health. It can feel stressful when you’re working a full-time job that needs you to interact with people continually, whether customers, prospects, co-workers, or managers, in high-pressure situations.

To keep moving forward with a positive attitude, it’s essential to take a step back and treat yourself to something special. Self-care doesn’t always have to involve a nighttime bath in the tub with candles.

Consider how you can relax, de-stress, and have some “YOU” time. Some examples are listening to music, watching a movie, reading, calling a friend, getting takeout, or even just saying “no” to plans and, instead, staying in.

No matter what it is, it would help if you got into the routine of practicing something every day. You can confirm a more positive attitude by allowing yourself these moments of rest.

3. Crack more jokes

Humor is the best medicine. Laughter has excellent short-term results on your mindset and body. According to a study, laughter can produce endorphins, discharge stress, and release tension.

In the long term, laughter and the positive thoughts associated with laughter can release neuropeptides, which fight stress and other serious illnesses. It can also help you handle difficult situations and make you feel happier.

4. Take Breaks

It is necessary to have some breaks. It is excellent to manage a week’s holiday every six months to go out for vacation, but it is not always possible. Therefore, having small breaks daily is essential.

Working for eight hours straight can make you feel sluggish and irritated. A pause even for 30 minutes, can revitalize you and motivate you to continue your work for that day. Give yourself time to refuel your positivity, and you’ll be sure to end the day on a better note.

5. Practice Meditation

Practicing meditation can do a lot to reduce stress and anxiety, as well as improve mental and spiritual health. Proper meditation can reduce workplace anxiety for those in high-pressure work environments.

Even ten minutes a day is an excellent start to a meditation routine. Practice deep breathing and clearing your mind. Simple methods like this are easy and will help you find balance in your life and shake off the negativity and stress you may experience daily.

6. Seek Out Others with a Positive Attitude

A positive attitude is infectious. When you need an attitude boost, find people with great attitudes and look for a reason to be with them. Their perspective will uplift & boost your positive attitude too.

7. Assume Responsibility

Declining to take responsibility for your actions and your condition, or not taking control of how you respond, destroys a positive attitude at once. After all, if something happens and you’re at fault or in some way responsible, refusing to acknowledge it means you can’t correct the behavior, and will happen again.

You also frame yourself for a victimhood mindset in which things happen to you. Taking responsibility for your actions is one of the essential steps to develop a Positive Attitude.


Always remember Attitude Matters, positive attitude, as well as negative attitude. While a negative attitude can draw you back and burden you with negativity, only a positive attitude can help you move forward at pace.

Without moving, you will be stagnant & someone in a static state can never achieve the desired success. I hope you like our post about why Attitude Matters.

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