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Get a Good Attitude and be Self-Sufficient


If you do not have a good attitude naturally, there are a few things you can do to portray a good attitude:

1.     Smile – whether in person or by telephone, customers know you are smiling and it makes them feel better about doing business with you

2.   Voice – use a calm, pleasant and comforting tone when speaking to others
3.   Body Language – stand or sit up straight and look the person you are speaking to in the eye, keep your shoulders back and straight
4.   Respect – show respect to those you are dealing with by being on time and prepared for all meetings

Your smile, voice, body language and show of respect are all part and parcel of showing a good attitude to the world. It is these behaviors that will create not just the appearance of a good attitude but will actually lead to you having a better attitude.In conclusion,  is wonderful to know that work can help you be self-sufficient, so get a good attitude. So, the question for you this wonderful day is, do you have an attitude people want to be around?

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