Author Jeff Keller published the book “Attitude Is Everything” in 1999. This book comes under the self-help genre. Jeff Keller’s book Attitude Is Everything describes how our attitude affects all areas of our lives and how we may adapt our attitude to improve our life.
A person’s attitude is important in their life. Successful people believe that your attitude will influence whether or not you succeed.
The term “attitude” applies to a person’s behaviour in response to circumstances. A person with an optimistic outlook considers possibilities, whereas a person with a negative outlook considers barriers.
This book’s idea is that our thoughts determine and shape our circumstances. Your view on life and the people around you act as your window to the external world. You can do anything if you believe you can. You cannot if you believe you cannot. In either case, you are correct since your attitude will determine your results. It is a classic example of a prophecy coming true. So, make an effort to cultivate a more positive perspective.
Keller explains attitude as the mental lens through which we view the outside world. Some of us have an optimistic lens, while others have a pessimistic one. Some people see the glass as half full, while others see it as half empty. According to Keller, you can manage your attitude and you should have a clear and clean perspective.
According to Keller, there are two types of persons in our lives: toxic and nourishing people. Toxic people focus on the unpleasant. They attempt to lower you to their level. They drain all of your positive energy by telling you what you can’t do. People who are nourishing are also optimistic and inspiring. They make you feel better and are a joy to be around. Therefore, you should cut out toxic relationships and start spending more time with healthy relationships if you want to cultivate a positive attitude.
You should always shift negative thoughts into positive ones and imagine your victory when it comes to thoughts. Start acting now so you can learn from your failures and connect with those who can support you on your journey.