Category : Science and Education
Archive   : MANAGING.ZIP
Filename : ATTITUDE.DOC

 
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***** DOCUMENTATION FOR PROGRAM "ATTITUDE.EXE" *****

Your comments would be appreciated. Send them to:

M.D. Smith
C/O WAAY-TV
1000 Monte Sano Blvd., S.E.
Huntsville, AL 35801
(205) 533-3131


This program, which is one of the set, is designed to help a person
improve his/her attitude or of a subordinate. The purpose is to help
make attitudes MORE POSITIVE than they are. Mostly, it is just making
up one's mind to be more positive. If one does not WANT to be more
positive, then they won't. But if they want do, and just need a little
help achieving it....this this program is for them.

When this program runs, it will present 30 statements and you decide
if they apply to you, 1=NEVER through 5=ALWAYS. After you have run the
program, you will see how you/they did. You will learn better methods
for a more positive attitude as you answer the questions. If you scored
lower than 80%, you can certainly be a more positive person by working
on the items that you rated yourself 3 or lower. If you print out a
copy of the 30 items, work on them, and can increase your score by 20 or
more points, you will be a FAR MORE POSITIVE ATTITUDE PERSON.

This program has six closing inspirational messages picked at random.
I suggest you read 2 or 3 of them at the end of the session. If you
get the same one, just ask for another until you get a different one.
These messages following an evaluation session are especially helpful
at this time.


I would appreciate any comments for suggestions for improvement.



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  3 Responses to “Category : Science and Education
Archive   : MANAGING.ZIP
Filename : ATTITUDE.DOC

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