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Attitude is Everything

by Jeff Keller

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The main premise of this particular book by Jeff Keller can be seen in the title: that attitude is the engine of life. It will take you anywhere, or nowhere. This is not a new concept, but it still seems to be overlooked quite often in society.

In Attitude Is Everything by Jeff Keller the author sets about to create a template for individuals who are seeking to better their lives in a resounding manner.

Delving in his past, the author helps explain what brought him to his personal realization that attitude was in fact everything. This helps the reader comprehend where he is coming from, and how at each stage of his life attitude played a vital component for progress.

The book is split up into 12 lessons, which are split up into 3 parts, all of which help build a foundation for the individual that is seeking to fine-tune a more ironclad personal mentality that will help pave the way for a new path by the engine of attitude.

Common sense and practicality are the main strengths of the book. While some of the information would be obvious to some, many times what is obvious in society isn't seen at first blush. This is why its useful to have a book like this, as a reminder of the little things.

The fact that the book takes a rather proactive, rather than a slowactive [or even inactive!] approach speaks volumes. Ultimately, it's up to the individual to bring about the change that they wish to have, and its totally up to them.

Essentially, at its core the book is about mindset. Having a strong mindset will open doors. And employing it constantly - making it your daily tool - will open even more avenues for the individual.

How much the book benefits individuals will be up to them. As stated before, many of these ideas are not new by any means and have been around for a long time. The key is employing them constantly. Therein lies the success indivuduals are waiting for. ( )
  ZyPhReX | Jan 12, 2017 |
Some of Keller's advice seems like common sense, but it is a fast read with some good messaging. I will be applying some of his principles in my daily life. ( )
  lindseyrivers | Dec 11, 2016 |
Full disclosure: Mr. Keller sold me forty copies of this book for cheap. I then gave those books to a high school audience I spoke to about six years ago. Those teenagers understand better than does Mr. Keller that attitude is indeed everything (snap, snap, swish, swish). ( )
  evamat72 | Mar 31, 2016 |
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