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INTRODUCTION
Attitude has a powerful influence on behavior. The way a person views something or tends to behave the same toward it, often in an evaluative way. Positive attitude brings happiness, better relationships with people you love, in general your life become happier, and more successful. Life is hard as it is, but if you choose the right attitude you can create your reality by the thoughts and beliefs what you believe in your inner World you see in your outer World. You have the power because what you bring into your inner World effects your outer World, and everyone around you, but if you choose the right attitude the energy you give to your outer World will affects everyone in your life in a positive way most importantly your spouse, and your children will enjoy spending time with you. This book will help you understand the power of positive attitude, and it can enrich your life. Remember how you feel about yourself affects how you feel about others.

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