Attitude. Are we born with it or can we learn it?
There's good news and there's bad news.
Which do you want to hear first?
See, that was already a test--and it has to do with attitude.
Do you want the Good News first so you'll have something enjoy in the present moment and the future and you'll deal with the Bad News better because your attitude is better thanks to the Good News?
Or would you rather get the Bad News first so you know what's coming and then be happily surprised with the Good Newsand, hopefully, it will overpower the Bad News?
- The Good News: you can learn--and improve--attitude.
- The Bad News: it's easier if you were born with it.
My mom passed away on June 12, 2020. When she rose up into the heavens, a swooshing tornado of power, laughter, and love followed up her up for a ways and then came back down and came into me.
That powerful force was her Goddamn Attitude.
Now I have it.
Now I want to give it to you.
If you do a quick YouTube search for "Thursday Thunder Goddamn Attitude," you'll get an idea of where this book comes from. It's a 10-minute film I created the day before my mom passed away.
This book is about her, of her, and is her.
But really, it's for you.
Yep, if you were born with a positive attitude, it's easier. But if you'd like to improve your attitude, increase your self-esteem, raise your happiness, and also share that love and power with others, you'll want to read about my mom.
On the one-year anniversary of her passing, on June 12, 2021, you'll have that chance.
Until then, get busy living or get busy dying.