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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
In an uplifting and easy way, Jeff Keller guide you through his book, filled with wisdom. What he says in his book is so obvious, but often we forget, so we need a reminder. This book really make me feel happy and filled with energy. I just can't get enough of it! Make an investment in your own happiness - order this book today!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
I appreciate this book's straight-forward simplicity. Jeff Keller has rolled up his sleeves and given us the bare bones, straight goods on how your attitude determines your success.
Some books that I've seen in this genre are simply a tired collection of someone else's quotes, thrown together to hopefully inspire. This book does have an outstanding array of quotes, but they are used to complement an already solid, meaty foundation.
Attitude is Everything covers three basic areas: thinking, speaking, and acting in ways that support your success. Keller rightly says, "...there's more to success than just having a great attitude." He also shows you how to apply that great attitude as a catalyst to your success.
You will learn how to change your thinking, make a commitment, overcome adversity, form new habits, face your fears, risk failure and turn it into success. The final chapter alone, about the power of networking, is worth the price of the book. Five big stars!
Larry Hehn, author of Get the Prize: Nine Keys for a Life of Victory
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 2 December 2010
What a fantastic book to help you understand yourself. Thinking in a more positive way makes such a difference to your whole outlook on life. Go for it and make a start on allowing yourself to achieve in whatever area of your life is holding you back.
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on 10 January 2014
If you're looking for a book that will persuade or even cajole you into changing your attitude then this is a worthwhile read. The author clearly and strongly advocates the benefits of adopting a positive attitude in life. His message is that if you want to be successful at anything worth achieving that you have to start with a positive attitude and stay positive in the face of numerous setbacks. I agree with everything he says.
The book is well written and quick to read. The author uses anecdotes and examples from his own life and those of his friends and acquaintances to illustrate his points. However the book falls down for me in two respects. Firstly, I would have liked to see some real evidence from research in psychology and neuro-science to fully back-up why and how positive attitude leads people to be more successful. Readers are expected to take the author's assertions at face value, and without proper evidence to support his arguments I suspect the readers that most need to be convinced to change their attitude are also the most likely to stay doubters.
For example, we're told that "we become what we think about" e.g. someone wanting to earn £1m needs to start by believing that he/she can achieve it. This is perfectly true - believing you can do it is a pre-requisite to achieving it, but just believing it doesn't make it so.
Which leads me to my second criticism. Because the author doesn't give an explanation of why some people are more positive than others he lacks any real, practical advice that would benefit those who could most use it. His message basically boils down to: be positive and associate with positive people because it will do you good; be resolute in the face of setbacks and never give up.
While this is all well and good and very true, unless you're looking for a brief motivational caffeine shot to get you moving the book lacks any substance that will really help pessimists systematically get out of the cycle of negative thinking. For a far more practical and helpful book I on the subject I recommend Learned Optimism by Martin Seligman.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 27 March 2014
This book changed my life!!! If u want to change your attitude then this is the book for you, the price is sooo little I want to get a hard copy just to have it in my book collection.

Enjoy ppl :)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 8 February 2014
I've taken my time reading this book as I'm busy working, however every time without fail that I pick it up, I always find a few gems of information, and I am always in happier place when I finish
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 23 February 2014
Great book, great advice and great reading - would recommend. For those that want to change but aren't sure how.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 30 January 2014
This book is amazing it can help anyone, it has really helped me to face all the difficulties I'm facing in my life right now e.g being alone losing a job and the list can go on

Honestly it is a great book to read
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 5 February 2014
Clear and to the point, it really makes you understand how important attitude is. This is a truly great and inspiring book.
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on 3 February 2015
I had mixed feeling about this book some chapters are great while others are just OK. Overall it proves its point: your attitude matters and it can make a difference.

The book shows how ordinary people achieved extraordinary results by having the right attitude.

In conclusion: it worth reading and learning about how to improve your life by changing your attitude.
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