Posted on March 16, 2015 @ 07:57:00 AM by Paul Meagher
You might have heard the compliment that so-and-so has a good attitude. Or the criticism that so-and-so has a bad
attitude. One's attitude has a significant bearing on success in business and life.
What is an attitude?
An attitude would appear to be some type of filter or bias that is used to process events. We probably develop some of these filters and biases from people we want to learn from as we grow up. Some might consider attitudes to be hardwired in and not subject to being trained or trained very little. That may be true, but it is also true that we may lack a good set of attitudinal principles that would guide us towards more successfully processing events. Perhaps if we had a good set of attitudinal principles that we could frequently invoke or meditate upon than we might begin to assimilate them into how we process events and that could result in more success in business and life?
The following are a set of attitudinal principles that Bill Mollison, one of the co-founders of Permaculture, claims that he uses:
- Problem is the Solution
- The Yield is Theoretically Unlimited
- Work with Nature, Not Against
- Everything Gardens
- Least Change for the Greatest Effect
You can probably figure out for youself what he means by each of these mantras, however, if you want to find out what other people think they mean than you can find out more by googling each attitudinal principle.
I don't want to claim that these are the best set or only set of attitudinal principles you want to consider but they are a starting point to developing your own set of mantras or attitude adjusters.