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How do you think other would describe your attitude? [Jun. 3rd, 2004|01:41 am]
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I am the serious one of my group of friends. I am the Alpha Male. I am aggressive sometimes to the point of being over baring. What I know I am confident about to the point of being cocky, but not arrogant. I am over protective of the people I care about and in my beliefs… or morals if you will. I am headstrong and tend never to show weakness, or what I perceive as weakness. I am strong and unbending, mentally and physically, yet I am open minded and believe in compromise. I try to put emotion aside and lean on logic for I know that emotion can lead you to falter in one’s over all plans. I tend not to lose sight of my goals if I am passionate about them, but if I am not I often leave myself open to distractions. With all that said I am also a product of my father which make me self destructive if I am not careful. But this trait does not come out when concerning any one else; I will not sacrifice any one else’s well being in any sense of the fraise despite how I may be feeling.

This is Aus in a nutshell. To be honest I’m not sure if this is how other people see me, or if it’s my own interpretation. Perhaps I will need to ask some one…. Do me a favor if you know me. Comment on this and tell me how you see my attitude to be.
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How does one’s attitude affect they way they see things? [Jun. 3rd, 2004|01:24 am]
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In many ways if one has an open mind one is open to different interpretation. One won’t always think about the negative or positive first. Your attitude can lead you to be the kind of person who researches everything you are told, even if it’s with in your own mind in for of a second thought.

In short your attitude will dictate your immediate thought process, if not your physical actions to every and any situation you may encounter.
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A chain to remember [Jun. 3rd, 2004|01:14 am]
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By making changes to anything in this chain you will affect what fallow in it, but you do nothing for it’s precuser. To make the most stable changes with anything you must start at it’s foundation, and only then will you see the most significant of out comes threw and threw.

Attitude:     Affects your out look on things

Outlook:      Dictates your action in general including if you are reactive or proactive

Actions:      When done often become habits, good and bad

Habits:        Building blocks of your character

Character:   What dictates the paths you will choose in life Which ultimately leads you to your destiny

Destiny:      That in which you are bound to do

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