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By John Maxwell

Perspective could make or holiday you and the folks you lead.

Good attitudes on a workforce don't warrantly its luck, yet undesirable attitudes warrantly its break. So says New York Times best-selling writer and management specialist John C. Maxwell during this hugely sensible primer, Attitude 101. a person who has attempted to guide individuals with undesirable attitudes is familiar with the disappointment it could possibly bring.

With this concise and reader-friendly guidebook, you could grasp perspective concerns. examine to:

• realize how individuals' attitudes influence their performance
• Pinpoint challenge emotions, behaviors, and pondering in your self and others
• determine six universal perspective difficulties that undermine teamwork
• realize the key to altering a nasty attitude
• Create new definititons of failure and luck that would increase performance
• undertake the perspective that is helping a pacesetter retain going to the subsequent level

Attitude is contagious!

You need to make yes your crew is catching the suitable one!

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Winning a revolution is not easy, but governing after winning is far more difficult. This is the challenge facing the new democracies in Eastern Europe and the new non-communist governments in the former Soviet republics. We must do everything possible to help them measure up to it. We should bear in mind that many East Europeans chose freedom primarily because they hated communism, not because they loved capitalism. Democracy, free markets, and private enterprise are on trial. If they fail, these nations could suffer massive disillusionment and even experience counterrevolutions, restoring not communism but other authoritarian or statist systems.

Age-old struggles based on tribal, ethnic, national, or religious hatreds continue to fuel dozens of civil and regional wars. Nuclear powers have never fought each other, but the clash between Muslim Pakistan and Hindu India over the disputed Kashmir territory could erupt into the world’s first war between nuclear powers. As East-West tensions fade, the reins on potential regional aggressors—such as Saddam Hussein—will also loosen. Since the end of World War II, 22 million people have lost their lives in “small wars”—8 million more than the number killed in World War I.

Just as the free world turned to America for leadership to confront the post—World War II Soviet threat, the world as a whole will look to America for leadership to grapple with the post-cold-war problems. For most of the world’s people, the twentieth century has been a century of war, repression, and poverty. For the first time in history, there is a real chance to make the next century a century of peace, freedom, and progress. Today, only one nation can provide the leadership to achieve those goals.

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