Attitude is more important than ability.

Attitude is more important than ability because what matters most is what you think you can do rather than what you can actually do.

If you only think you can jump 1 foot off the ground that's how high you will try to jump. You might actually be capable of jumping 2 feet off the ground but you won't even try. You never truly what what your ability is until you try.

You also need to know that your ability can change. At one point your actual ability may have been to jump 2 feet off the ground but if you keep practicing that could very well increase to 3 feet. If you think you can jump 3 feet in the air but your ability is only currently 2 feet you are going to keep trying until you reach the 3 feet mark.

What you think you can do is almost always more of a limitation than what you can actually do. Your attitude is like a self fulfilling prophecy. You are only as capable as you think you are - and no more.

Always remember this - your attitude is more important than your ability. As Henry Ford said "whether you think you can, or whether you think you cannot - you are right."



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