A positive attitude opens the doors to success in every sphere of life.
Organizations accord more importance to attitude than to knowledge or skills when recruiting. A person with a positive attitude is a quick learner, a good team player, and brings in positive energy into the group he/she belongs to.
Persons of positive attitude are popular in their organization/circle, they are perceived as approachable, helpful, transparent and trustworthy. Colleagues and friends confide in them and come to them for advice in personal and professional matters.
Now, if a positive attitude is so important to success, we must find out if we have one.
We have designed a simple test of the key determinants of attitude to enable you to rank yourself on a scale of one to ten, and thus know where you stand on the attitide scale. The test also enables you to find out areas on which you should work to further fine-tune your atitude.
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