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  1. Your brain is a part of your body, just like any other. You must treat it properly in order to retain optimum function and get the most out of it. And this is significant since your brain is in charge of almost everything you do. Whether it's the obvious "mental" stuff, like concentrating at work or performing complex calculations; whether it's physical stuff, like regulating your breathing, assisting you to sleep, and directing your movements; or whether it's emotional stuff, like managing your emotions and assisting you to feel happy and calm. Whatever you are doing or experiencing, your brain is in the middle of it. As a result, by focusing on your brain health, you may improve every part of the human experience. How Your Brain Function Can be Enhanced The problem is that many people have no understanding of how to properly care for their brains. This is the most advanced piece of equipment in the world - more powerful than infinite supercomputers – but we tend to disregard it and hope everything works out fine. In fact, we unknowingly subject it to a considerable amount of abuse most of the time! To begin with, most of us consume entirely incorrect food, which means our bodies do not have access to the raw materials required to maintain optimal brain function. This causes us to feel sluggish and slow in the short term, but in the long term, it can cause cumulative damage that leads to neurological illnesses and age-related cognitive loss. That's right: it's not a given that you'll get forgetful and grumpy as you get older! The other issue is that most of us do not engage our minds sufficiently. We don't put them to the test, and we don't train them. It is possible to train and expand our brains like muscles, thanks to a phenomenon known as "brain plasticity." New neurons can be produced and reinforced, as well as new connections. All of this implies that we can develop specific brain areas more than others and, as a result, improve our talents. However, if you cease challenging or training your brain, it can cause a slew of issues. Especially when combined with high levels of stress and the previously stated bad nutrition... How You Started Destroying Your Brain With Bad Nutrition and Stress The way most people eat these days is enough to harm our health and cause significant difficulties. As previously said, the brain requires a huge number of extremely particular nutrients in order to function properly. These include crucial precursors of many neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are substances that affect our mood and the way we think; they help us sleep, feel good, focus, and recall. However, the brain produces these neurotransmitters from vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. If you don't receive enough l-tyrosine, for example, you may struggle to produce dopamine, the neurotransmitter that helps us focus, stay motivated, and remember things. Meanwhile, tryptophan is used by the brain to produce the 'feel-good' neurotransmitter serotonin. This is later turned to melatonin, which aids in sleep. Vitamin B6 is a precursor to many neurotransmitters, including dopamine, epinephrine (focus), serotonin, and GABA (calmness). Choline, which is present in eggs, is a precursor to acetylcholine, which can boost almost every facet of your cognitive function! Then there are the numerous additional essential nutrients that the brain requires to function properly. For example, healthy arbs provide energy to the brain, antioxidants protect brain cells from free radicals, and zinc promotes brain plasticity. However, most of us are not getting nearly enough nutrients in our diets. This is due to the fact that we consume far too many "processed meals." Processed foods include a lot of calories to make us feel full, but they are "empty calories" devoid of the nutrients we require. Meanwhile, our shift to a more modern diet that excludes things like fish means that even individuals who attempt to eat 'healthily' aren't receiving enough of what they need. The current deficiency of omega-3 fatty acids is a prime illustration of this. Omega 3 is a fatty acid found in fish (and some plants) that aids in the permeability of cell membranes (especially the DHA form). This is significant because it allows nutrients and messages from other regions of the body to travel more freely through the cell membranes. At the same time, omega 3 fatty acid is used by the brain to produce a number of hormones associated with blood management. Omega 3 can thus help to lower blood pressure and cardiac issues. Most significantly, omega-3 fatty acids can diminish inflammation in the brain and the predominance of pro-inflammatory cytokines. This is critical since pro-inflammatory cytokines are what make you feel foggy and disoriented when you're sick or weary. Brain fog is a severe issue that is exacerbated by the fact that most of us consume far too much omega 6 fatty acid. Omega 6 fatty acid is a beneficial nutrient in and of itself, but too much of it can reduce omega 3 levels and increase inflammation. Because omega 6 is utilized in a variety of preservative oils, most of us have way too much of it. This is then compounded with the chronic dehydration that the majority of us face on a daily basis. Dehydration can also promote inflammation in the brain, as well as slow functioning in general. These processed foods are also examples of ‘simple carbohydrates,' or carbs with no nutritional value that the body processes fast. This causes a quick surge in blood sugar, providing you with a burst of energy, followed by an immediate trough. Then there are all the toxins and carbohydrates that we consume on a regular basis — as well as the cancer-causing free radicals. Is it any wonder that you struggle to think through the thick haze sometimes? The Role of Stress Worse, stress plays a role. Today, it is a sad fact that many of us are subjected to chronic stress, which results in elevated amounts of cortisol (the stress hormone) in our bodies. This has a lot of major detrimental consequences for human health, particularly for brain function. For starters, when there is an excess of cortisol in the system, the level of the neurotransmitter ‘glutamate' increases. Because glutamate is a broad excitatory neurotransmitter, it causes increased brain activity throughout the body. This results in increased awareness and a sense of nagging thoughts. It also makes sleeping difficult, which can contribute to memory loss and sadness. The most concerning side effect, however, is that chronic stress causes the production of more free radicals - unattached oxygen molecules that assault brain cells and potentially cause cancer. It can also typically kill brain cells, impairing your ability to think clearly. Also concerning is the fact that stress reduces levels of brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). This is the primary neurotransmitter that promotes the formation of new brain cells and is critical for enhancing brain plasticity. In other words, stress inhibits learning, which is linked to depression, OCD, schizophrenia, dementia, and Alzheimer's disease. Cortisol also works in opposition to a number of other essential neurochemicals. That is, as cortisol levels rise, these fall. Serotonin (happiness), testosterone (drive), and dopamine are the main victims here (motivation and learning). If you thought the ‘more alert' bit sounded good earlier, think again. It's also worth noting that this raises your awareness of things like nagging pains, bothersome noises, and so on. This is why stress is linked to tinnitus – the ringing sound in some people's ears that has no apparent reason. Meanwhile, stress can drive our frontal cortex — the region of our brain that is responsible for planning, creativity, and higher-order thinking – to entirely shut down. So, in summary, stress can completely disable your cognitive abilities in the near term and create long-term damage if left unchecked. The Day You Stopped Learning All of this would be bad enough if our contemporary lifestyles did not also involve so little learning and brain use. The brain is a tool with a single goal: to help us survive in our surroundings. And the way it achieves this is by adapting and evolving, allowing humans to receive more reward and less punishment. It enables us to seek food, shelter, and sex while avoiding pain, hunger, and terror. To accomplish this, our brain must learn. It makes predictions, tries new things, and then decides whether or not to repeat the process based on the result. If it receives food, the brain connections involved in that action are strengthened, and it will repeat the behavior in the future. If it feels pain, the neuronal connections are mostly overcome, and it will not do it again... However, the brain enjoys doing this. Learning, exploring, and adventuring maintain the brain young and flexible, promoting continuous growth and the release of additional dopamine and BDNF to promote plasticity. When life ceases to be new and intriguing, the brain no longer has to pay attention and can rely on pre-existing connections. As a result, the things you are already good at becoming stronger, while everything else is pruned. You get fixed in your ways, and your brain stops producing dopamine and BDNF, stopping you from learning new things. This is when dementia has been shown to manifest. With all of this in mind, analyze how your life has altered from your youth to the present. Everything was new when you were born, and your brain was incredibly pliable. You were continuously finding and learning new things. As a result, your brain was inundated with novelty, and it responded by creating massive levels of dopamine and BDNF. This explains why children learn languages so quickly. It's why they're always smiling, and why they're so curious and eager to learn. We become more acquainted with the world around us as we grow older. Things become more firmly established, and we no longer need to learn simple things like how to walk or what a tree is. But we're still learning — we're learning at school, we're learning when we watch TV, and we're learning when we daydream about all the things we could be! This continues, to a lesser level, into adolescence as we enter college, learn to drive, and pay rent in our own apartments. Even as young adults, much is new as we travel with friends, try out different jobs, and advance in our careers. However, things begin to slow down. We quit learning new things and instead find a job that we enjoy and stick with it. Meanwhile, our bodies fatigue and we take on extra responsibilities, such as children and mortgages. We settle in a certain area of town and do not change our homes or environments... As a result, we become trapped in a rut, going through the same processes day after day. All the while, our brain is being bombarded with stress chemicals, and we're consuming the incorrect foods. All of this contributes to a general slowdown of our brain function, negative effects on our mood and wellness, and an increasing incapacity to learn. This is why elderly people are stereotyped as being more closed-minded – they have physically gotten fixed in their ways. It's like taking the same path across the grass every day; ultimately, that path becomes entrenched, and you won't be able to go any other way. Brain cells begin to die, your mood begins to worsen, and you begin to age. The Solution That's very depressing! The good news is that it is also incorrect. That is the unavoidable part. Although old age is unavoidable, the cognitive loss that comes with it is not. Indeed, there are numerous techniques to counteract age-related cognitive decline and maintain your brain fresh and healthy far into old age. Continue reading to learn about some of the things you can do... Fix Your Nutrition The first step is to improve your nutrition. Instead of consuming a lot of processed foods, sugary snacks, and pre-packaged ready meals, you should eat more nutrient-dense sources of complex, slow-release carbs, lean proteins, veggies, and fruits! This does not imply embarking on a fad diet. It simply means consuming food made from whole, natural ingredients. It also entails seeking out those "superfoods" whenever possible. Consider the following if you only add a few foods to your diet: Eggs When it comes to your brain and overall health, eggs are truly excellent in almost every regard. For starters, eggs are one of the few ‘complete' protein sources. This implies that they include 100 percent of the critical amino acids that your body cannot make, allowing you to produce a wide range of neurotransmitters. Eggs are also high in selenium, vitamin D, B6, B12, zinc, iron, and copper, all of which can help your cognitive capacity. The best part is that eggs are high in choline, which is the chemical precursor to acetylcholine. Meanwhile, acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter that helps us stay alert, awake, and in tune with our senses. As if that wasn't enough, eggs are high in saturated fats. Saturated fats are also extremely advantageous to the brain, as the brain is mostly formed of fat. Furthermore, it increases testosterone, which is associated with drive and motivation, as well as mood (and low cortisol). Tuna Tuna is another wonderful source of amino acids, and it's lovely and lean for those of you wanting to lose weight. Furthermore, tuna is an excellent natural source of omega 3 fatty acids. We've already witnessed the incredible health benefits of omega 3 fatty acids, so there's not much more to say on that front. Oh, and it's also inexpensive! However, while tuna is high in all of these nutrients, it is also high in mercury due to pollution, so limit yourself to one small can per day. Red Grapes Red grapes contain a chemical known as resveratrol. Resveratrol is a powerful antioxidant, which means it can inhibit the action of free radicals in the brain, lowering your risk of developing a brain tumor or Alzheimer's disease. At the same time, resveratrol has the ability to improve mitochondrial activity, allowing them to provide more energy for your brain cells. It turns out that resveratrol isn't quite as potent as some previous research showed, but it's still no slouch! Coconut Oil Coconut oil contains something called MCT Oil – Medium Chain Triglycerides. This is a type of oil that stimulates the liver to produce ketones. Ketones meanwhile are an alternative energy source that the brain can use instead of glucose. Supplements If you want to give your brain a boost, you can do so by looking into a variety of vitamins and nootropics. Here are some good examples: Creatine Creatine enables the body's ATP stores to be recycled. ATP is the fundamental source of energy in the body and is used by every cell, including brain cells. Creatine can provide us more energy to think smarter and boost our mental attentiveness in this way. In research, it has been found to boost IQ. Omega 3 fatty acids It might be difficult to obtain omega 3 from diet alone, therefore supplementing with a DHA product is a smart option. However, because of the high levels of retinol in cod liver oil, it should be avoided if you are pregnant. Caffeine Caffeine will improve your focus, memory, and wakefulness in the short term. It isn't ideal, and it can have a negative impact on creativity while also being moderately addicting. However, it is neuroprotective and can help prevent Alzheimer's disease. Changes in Lifestyle Finally, don't underestimate the impact of a variety of lifestyle adjustments. Improved sleep is crucial for increasing neurotransmitter storage, removing adenosine (which contributes to brain fog), and strengthening new neural pathways. Exercise is also very important. The brain is largely intended for movement — in fact, the bulk of brain areas specialize in movement! Moving the body is the best way to learn and stimulate plasticity, while cardio improves circulation to the brain while also providing a short-term spike in serotonin and endorphins. Also, keep learning, exposing yourself to new environments, and attempting new things. Computer games are an excellent way to accomplish this, as each new game introduces new locations and rules to discover! Of course, we've only scratched the surface of what you can do to boost your IQ, wakefulness, creativity, and long-term brain health. In the whole book, we go into much greater detail about the vast array of specialized brain training techniques, health tactics, and other tools you can use to start getting more out of your brain and caring for it. Much of this is about what you should stop doing. And it's about making tiny changes to your habit and lifestyle, such as eating more fruits and walking more. Doing tiny things can make a big difference in how you feel right now and, in the future, it could be the difference that adds 5 or 10 years to your life. Take care of your intellect, and everything will improve.
  2. You can entirely transform your life by changing your attitude through your thoughts. If you want to be a winner rather than a mediocre person, you must modify your outlook on life. Every day, successful people from all areas of life have a winning attitude that propels them forward. A winning mindset is not something you are born with. It's something you work on for the rest of your life. Because it requires time and effort, only a small proportion of the population has a truly winning attitude. Most individuals seek a simple life, but then whine about how things aren't as they'd like them to be. If you want to be successful in life, the greatest method to accomplish so is to follow in the footsteps of someone who has achieved similar achievements. The majority of people do not do this and instead seek guidance from those who have not yet reached their goals. We'll teach you 9 techniques to cultivate a winning attitude in the shortest amount of time in this amazing article. If you're hoping for an overnight miracle, you'll be disappointed since it doesn't exist. However, if you are willing to apply the techniques in this article on a regular basis, you will see the desired outcomes. #1 Develop A Positive Outlook There is a lot of negativity in our world. It's there if you turn on the television news. Many people spend their lives whining about how bad their lives are. Of course, it's never their fault; it's always the fault of someone else. The truth is that you have complete control over how you view life and your destiny. If you look at it in a negative light, as many people do, you're not going to get very far. However, if you convert to a positive mindset, anything looks feasible. No matter how successful we are, we all have negative thoughts in our heads. It's all about how you deal with these negative thoughts. Negativity also comes through the media, our friends and family, and other sources. It's crucial, once again, how you deal with the negativity. The main conclusion is that you may ensure that your mind is exclusively filled with happy thoughts. It will take some practice, but you will be able to do it. If negative thinking pops into your head like "you'll never be able to do that," counter it with a positive thought like "I can do anything." It will take some time and effort to master this procedure, but it will work and will be well worth your time. You have two minds: a conscious and a subconscious one. The things you engage within this environment, including the thoughts in your head, are dealt with by your conscious mind. Your subconscious mind is far more powerful than your conscious mind, and it contains all of your beliefs and behaviors. Your subconscious mind is to blame for the fact that you have negative thoughts in the first place. Perhaps you failed at something in the past, and your subconscious has stored this information and will bring it up again. The good news is that you have control over what your subconscious mind remembers. And if you want to cultivate a winning attitude, you must do so. Your subconscious mind is unable to distinguish between negative and good thoughts. If your conscious mind permits it, it will let anything in. The gatekeeper to your subconscious is your conscious mind. Negative ideas will have a major impact on your subconscious if you allow them to control your mind. If you allow good thoughts to dominate your head, you will experience the same results. Negative thoughts are prevented from accessing your subconscious mind when you replace them with optimistic ones. Other techniques, such as visualization and positive affirmations, can help you teach your subconscious to supply you with a good outlook. Please respond to the following question: Do you believe you're capable of accomplishing anything? If you do, you already have a winning mindset and attitude. You have work to do if you don't. #2 Know What You Want What do you hope to achieve in your life? In the next five years, where do you see yourself? How would you respond to these inquiries? The majority of people will say they have no idea or have never considered it. It's unfortunate that so many individuals never take the time to consider what they want out of life. Many people find picking what to eat for supper to be a huge challenge. This is not the situation you want to be in. You must be completely clear about the changes you want to make in your life and have some specific goals in mind. The majority of people are unsure of what they want because it takes work to consider and make a decision. Because we live in a society full of diversions, it's far easier to squander time on social media than it is to plan for the future. People that have a winning mindset know what they want out of life and when they plan to attain it. They establish tough goals for themselves and, thanks to their winning mindset, they achieve them. They don't just sit around and be happy. Rather, they push themselves to accomplish even greater heights in life. As a result, you owe it to yourself to figure out what you want out of life. Take a pen and paper with you and find a peaceful place where you won't be bothered. Consider your work or business, your finances, your relationships, your health, your abilities, and other aspects of your life. To figure out what you desire, ask yourself questions. So you may ask yourself, “What kind of career or business do I really want?” in terms of career or business. You could ask yourself, “What can I do to improve my health?” in terms of health. Make a list of the answers you obtain from your subconscious mind (yes your subconscious will provide you with answers). Write your responses in the affirmative. So, if your subconscious tells you that you need to develop an internet business to supplement your income, write something like, "I will start a profitable online business." Repeat this approach as many times as necessary for the many parts of your life. You should have a reasonably big list of things you wish to accomplish at the end of the exercise. One crucial piece of advice is to prioritize what you will do because you do not want to take on too many tasks. Reading each statement and then imagining that you have already accomplished them is the best method to figure out which of your "desires" is the most significant to you. Take note of how you feel when imagining this. If you have strong sentiments about something, it is likely that you want it badly enough to prioritize it. #3 Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone People with a winning attitude never settle for being satisfied with their current situation. They don't establish goals for themselves that are simple to accomplish. It's a complete waste of time. The majority of people do not have a winning mindset because they prefer the protection of their familiar surroundings. They went to school and learned everything they could, then applied what they learned in school to their careers. They are now at ease and do not require extensive study. This is not an easy task, but it is essential if you want to create a winning mindset. Set goals that you can achieve while standing on your head. Make your objectives difficult so that you will be motivated to venture into uncharted territory. You'll have to do things you've never done before. You can learn nearly anything these days thanks to the Internet. There will be online sites or movies that will show you how to do something if you don't know how to do it. There really isn't any justification. So grab the bull by the horns and push the limits of your comfort zone in order to keep growing. #4 Go For Progress Not Perfection You will be doing things you have never done before in your quest to cultivate a winning attitude. Consider the stepping stones on your path to achievement. Each time you move a few stones forward, give yourself a pat on the back for making good progress. You don't want to create unrealistic expectations of perfection. Some people are obsessed with this, and if they don't think something is ideal, they will rip it apart and start over. To these folks, if something isn't perfect, it isn't progressing. This isn't a terrific situation to be in. Everything you do should be done to the best of your ability and to the highest possible standard. It does not, however, have to be faultless to show that you have progressed. There is no such thing as perfection in this world. We are all human beings with shortcomings. #5 Take Calculated Risks People with winning attitudes do something else as well: they take calculated risks. Opportunities abound all around you. Each one is fraught with danger. We're not talking about taking huge risks like spending your entire life savings on a horse to win a race. Calculated risks are not the same as uncalculated risks. Let's say you wish to boost your earnings by a certain amount in the coming year. This can be accomplished in a variety of ways. Many people are now working from home and delivering affordable services to customers all over the world. The risk here is finding clients willing to pay your pricing, but it is a calculated one. For a relatively minimal sum of money, you can start an online business. When compared to launching a traditional brick-and-mortar business, the initial expenditure is negligible. Getting your online business to work is a risk for you. Consider the amount of time you'll need to build it from the ground up. There is a wealth of high-quality material available online regarding how to establish an online business properly. As a result, it's a calculated risk. You can never be certain that something will work 100 percent of the time, but if you learn from the proper people, you can reduce your risk. There is no such thing as an opportunity without risk. Calculating the risk and taking it will help you create a winning attitude and improve. The journey is more significant than the final outcome. You will gain new knowledge and skills that you can apply in the future. How would you react if someone you know and trust told you about an opportunity? Does it give you the creeps, or do you believe you ought to dig into it or you'll regret it for a long time if you don't? You already know which one is superior. #6 Never Quit Are you willing to go to any length to obtain what you truly desire in your life? Are you willing to work long hours every day to acquire the money or gain the skills you require? The majority of people are not prepared to do so. They have aspirations for a better life, but they will never be realized. People with winning attitudes never give up. They keep going no matter what obstacles they have to overcome in order to achieve their goals. Even when they are exhausted, they continue to work. They do not procrastinate or create excuses. They practically go to any length to succeed. It is difficult to shift from making excuses (even to yourself) to doing whatever it takes, but it is achievable. You must give the appropriate signals to your subconscious mind that you will triumph regardless of the circumstances. The most effective approach to accomplish this is through your actions. When you're faced with a situation you don't know how to solve, keep going until you find a solution. If you're working full-time to pay the bills and want to build a side hustle to help you get out of your circumstances, you'll have to work on it after work and on weekends. This is something that few individuals are willing to do. They just want to relax on the couch and watch TV after work or go to the pub with their friends. However, if you want to develop a winning mindset, you must force yourself to return to work when your day job is completed. If you're exhausted, you'll have to push through and get things done. After a while, you'll notice that the extra energy you require flows naturally, and you'll look forward to your work after work. Excuses are only used by losers. Winners keep going until they achieve their goals. They step outside of their comfort zone and do whatever it takes to succeed. They don't care what's on TV or whether they miss out on a trip to the bar. You need to do the same. #7 Be Patient We live in an age of instant pleasure. Everyone wants and expects everything now. The Internet has fueled this mindset by instantly supplying individuals with the knowledge they require. However, there is no such thing as instant success. Unscrupulous people have been selling this idea to many people for years, and it is still going on today. There are marketers who produce “push-button miracle” products in the online business environment. They claim that all you have to do is buy their program and press a few buttons for money to appear in your bank account. Time and time again, a large number of individuals fall for this bullshit. People with a winning mentality seldom expect to be successful right away. They've learned to be patient and wait for things to fall into place. If you are impatient and expect things to happen right now, you must immediately adjust your mindset. The human race has existed for thousands of years. In the larger scheme of things, a few weeks or months of waiting to do something worthwhile is nothing. Even a few years is hardly a long period of time. So practice patience and be skeptical of anything that promises rapid achievement. #8 Believe In Yourself And Your Dreams This should have been #1 on the list, but that's beside the point. In any case, the list is not in any particular sequence. Everything hinges on one's ability to believe. You must believe in yourself in order to build a winning mentality. Believe in yourself and your dreams. Others have talked far too many people out of their ambitions. If you have doubts about yourself, you will be doomed to fail. It makes no difference if you have no notion how to realize a desire right now. What matters most is that you have a vision and that you believe in it. Be cautious about who you tell your dreams to. The majority of people are dubious, and they will be envious of your dream. They don't want you to succeed and will do everything they can to dissuade you from doing so. Do not allow this to happen. They want you to stay at the bottom with them; forget about it and go for the top. As a result, when you set your goals, you must have complete faith in your ability to attain them. It makes no difference how you do it. It is always possible to figure out how to achieve anything. People with winning mindsets don't always know how to accomplish their goals, but they always believe in themselves. #9 Remind Yourself Why There will be times when things are extremely difficult for you. You will never achieve anything worthwhile unless you have had this experience. It can get to the point where you want to give up and throw in the towel. That will never happen if you have a winning mindset. If you've established a difficult goal for yourself to achieve, you need to know why you're doing it. Why is achieving this goal so important to you? What will you feel like once you've accomplished it? Create a powerful WHY statement to remind yourself why you're pursuing your goal and working so hard every day. So think about why you want to achieve a goal and write it down. There will be a reason or reasons for you to want to increase your income. In your WHY statement, tap into the emotion of these reasons and write them down. Assume you've already accomplished your goal. What are your thoughts on this? Before you begin working on your goal, feel the joy and all of the positive emotions that come with it. Also, include this in your WHY statement. Carry your WHY statement as well as your written goals with you at all times. Take out your WHY statement and read it out loud if you're feeling down and need some extra motivation to keep going. Read your WHY statement first thing in the morning to energize yourself for the day ahead. It is critical that you begin each day in the proper mindset. People who have a winning attitude follow a daily routine to keep themselves inspired and motivated. Place your goals in a prominent location where you will see them frequently. If you use your computer frequently, place it next to it, on your mirror, at your business or place of work, in the bathroom, in the kitchen, and so on. If you don't already keep a journal, we recommend that you do so right now. It's where you'll keep track of your WHY statement, goals, and progress. Your journal will not only help you keep track of your progress, but will also provide you with a great source of inspiration if you need it. Consider where you started and what you've accomplished. It will genuinely inspire you and help you to maintain a winning attitude. Final Thoughts That was 9 Ways To Develop a Winning Attitude You've learned 9 ways to develop a winning attitude in this comprehensive article. It's now your turn. Simply reading this article will make you a little wiser, but it will not provide you with much assistance. To make the transition to a winning attitude, you must take action and begin using these methods. It is going to take effort and time for you to develop a truly winning attitude. All of the methods in this article work but require a consistent application. So start working on your winning attitude right now and in a very short time, you will be doing things that you never thought you would ever do before.