We all have heard that in order to succeed you need to have the right attitude. But what exactly do they mean? Is there such a thing as causing your own failure?
Well, when asked these questions, it made us want to dig in dipper and get a clear answer. What did we find? It is true! No matter what the situation is, your attitude has the “ability” to turn anything into something good or something bad. It all depends on the way you look at it!
One example of this whenever we make a mistake or fail at something you worked for. You could stop everything you are doing and….
1) Get discouraged and think to yourself “why did I try so hard on this anyway? It is not worth trying…blah..blah..
2) Analyze the mistake made, try to figure out what went wrong, learn from it, adjust your strategy and try it one more time thinking this time it could really work!
We noticed that in many different circumstances what someone once thought it was bad, all of a sudden it may be good, or it could be the other way around. Some say coffee is good for you, some say it is not good. Some say “stress” is bad for you, some other say stress is actually good since it keeps you working towards your goals. Some say milk is good for your bones, some say it is not so good for your health… The point is…you can look at the same thing and have two reactions; you will either think positive and embrace the learning or you could dwell on it and focus on why it was not worth it.
As Charles R. Swindoll stated, “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.” So , regardless of the circumstances you are facing, focus on the good and eventually success will follow.
Now it is our turn to ask you, do you think your attitude is sabotaging your success? It’s your call.
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It’s that time of year again when caps and gowns walk across stage. Achievements and hard work is recognized with a very important piece of paper. At AZ Team, we wanted to brag about our team and their past accomplishments.
Our team enjoyed being able to show the pride they had for their respective colleges and universities. Rivalries were revisited and competitive collegiate spirits came out for the day.
Check out some of the universities and colleges our team comes from:
ASU, University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, University of California at Santa Barbara, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Grand Canyon University, University of West Florida, Suffolk University, Hamilton College, University of New Mexico, St. Mary’s College, UConn, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, James Madison University, University of Minnesota, and more!
This was the first time AZ Team had an Alumni Day. However, we got a ton of positive feedback and our reps had a ton of fun. We plan on making it an annual event! This was a great way to recognize our people and show them how their hard work has gotten them to where they are today.
Thank you AZ Team for making Alumni Day a lot of fun!