It’s all about attitude…………


Churchill atitude

Attitude is something we have with us at all times, you walk into a room, you do not have to speak, attitude at times can be seen, so it really is also part of your business card, it’s part of your first impression, bad attitudes do not go unseen, quite the opposite. As the great man himself “Sir Winston Churchill” said it really does make the difference.

Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill was born on the 30th November 1874, in the Palace of Blenheim Great Britain, he died on the 24th January 1965. At the age of 91, a great age, I’m sure his attitude towards life maybe helped him to get so far in his life, Prime Minister, Sir , his attitude rallied the people during WWII and led his country from the brink of defeat to victory.

Sir Winston Churchill, is part of history for many reasons, but, I am sure is attitude helped him along the way.



About theutopiauniverse

It's time to payback all the good in our lives,to pass to each other everything we have learned,the knowledge we have stored within, and the love we have to share. I am a fully qualified Psychologist,Life Coach,Performance Consultant & LOA Practitioner. I have shared this blog with everyone since February 2013, I have been able to help many,but also been helped by many,this I am truly grateful for and thank everyone for your support and advice.Should you wish to contact me, please feel free to do so,my email is open to you all. I look forward to hearing from you.
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  1. Miriam says:

    “Part of your business card …” I like that. It’s true.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Eugenia says:

    I came over from Jackie’s blog. I like the appearance of your blog.


  3. usfman says:

    An interesting historical figure to use for this topic.


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