attitude

Attitude quotes
Attitude
One's destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things.

- Miller, Henry
I grew up in New York, and I have that in me, that be-honest-at-all-costs, don't b.s. me attitude. I say, If you've got something to say about me, say it to my face. And then we'll either talk about it or fight about it.

- Robbins, Tim
The greatest revolution in our generation is that of human beings, who by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives.

- Marilyn Ferguson
Don't introduce me to that man! I want to go on hating him, and I can't hate a man whom I know.

- Lamb, Charles
I have often thought the best way to define a man's character would be to seek out the particular mental or moral attitude in which, when it comes upon him, he felt himself most deeply and intensely active and alive. At such moments there is a voice inside which speaks and says: This is the real me!.

- James, William
It's easy to let life deteriorate into making a living instead of making a life. It's not the hours you put in, but what you out into the hours that count. Learn to express rather than impress. Expressing evokes a me too attitude while impressing evokes a so what attitude.

- Rohn, Jim
Work is either fun or drudgery. It depends on your attitude. I like fun.

- Barrett, Colleen C.
It's not the situation. It's your reaction to the situation.

- Conklin, Robert
You cannot tailor make your situation in life, but you can tailor make your attitudes to fit those situations.

- Ziglar, Zig
Some men have thousands of reasons why they cannot do what they want to, when all they need is one reason why they can.

- Whitney, Willis
We lost because we told ourselves we lost.

- Tolstoy, Count Leo
Great effort springs naturally from a great attitude.

- Riley, Pat
Take the attitude of a student, Never be to big to ask questions, Never know to much to learn something new.

- Mandino, Og
This is the precept by which I have lived: Prepare for the worst; expect the best; and take what comes.

- Speer, Robert E.
You are more likely to act yourself into feelings, than feel yourself into action.

- Brunner, Dr. Jerome
You got to sing like you don't need the money; Love like you'll never get hurt; You got to dance like nobody's watchin'; It's gotta come from the heart if you want it to work.

- Clark, Susanna
Attitude is your acceptance of the natural laws, or your rejection of the natural laws.

- Rohn, Jim
Our judgments judge us, and nothing reveals us, exposes our weaknesses, more ingeniously than the attitude of pronouncing upon our fellows.

- Valery, Paul
SAFETY-CLUTCH, n. A mechanical device acting automatically to prevent the fall of an elevator, or cage, in case of an accident to the hoisting apparatus. Once I seen a human ruin In an elevator-well, And his members was bestrewin' All the place where he had fell. And I says, apostrophisin' That uncommon woful wreck: "Your position's so surprisin' That I tremble for your neck!" Then that ruin, smilin'sadly And impressive, up and spoke: "Well, I wouldn't tremble badly, For it's been a fortnight broke." Then, for further comprehension Of his attitude, he begs I will focus my attention On his various arms and legs -- How they all are contumacious; Where they each, respective, lie; How one trotter proves ungracious, T'other one an _alibi_. These particulars is mentioned For to show his dismal state, Which I wasn't first intentioned To specifical relate. None is worser to be dreaded That I ever have heard tell Than the gent's who there was spreaded In that elevator-well. Now this tale is allegoric -- It is figurative all, For the well is metaphoric And the feller didn't fall. I opine it isn't moral For a writer-man to cheat, And despise to wear a laurel As was gotten by deceit. For'tis Politics intended By the elevator, mind, It will boost a person splendid If his talent is the kind. Col. Bryan had the talent (For the busted man is him) And it shot him up right gallant Till his head begun to swim. Then the rope it broke above him And he painful come to earth Where there's nobody to love him For his detrimented worth. Though he's livin'none would know him, Or at leastwise not as such. Moral of this woful poem: Frequent oil your safety-clutch. Porfer Poog

- Ambrose Bierce
Will it not be felt that Virtue, however beautiful, becomes the worst of all attitudes when it is found too feeble to contend with Vice...

- Marquis de Sade



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