What makes the difference between a positive reaction to something and a negative reaction? How does our mind determine our reaction, and how we present our reactions in the form of our individual attitudes. Topics here include:

  • Understanding our tendencies for positive or negative response

  • Evaluating the major components of attitude

  • Facing the challenge of adversity

  • Negative attitudes and the negative consequences

  • Creating and sharing a positive attitude

What is it that drives us to react negatively to an occurrence, and to then project a negative attitude to those around us afterwards? There are so many small things that may cause us to be negative that it's hard to say – and that's why we're hoping our Whizolosophy team can provide us with their views on attitudes and how to change or improve them.

It's possible to come up with a plan for a positive attitude, and it's important to have one, because your attitude often determines your experiences. When we wake up on the right side of the bed, we improve others around us. At the same time, when we are negative, people don't want to be around us because we bring them down, whether they're friends, family or coworkers. Misery, silence, paranoia and other negative approaches to life aren't attractive – so let's talk about improving our attitudes all around.