Your attitude makes you steadfast, takes up one’s quarters to be endured in facilitating your vigour, efficiency and aptitude. Attitude abounds teeming the definiteness for your competency with ample mind revision.
Attitude gives a breath of fresh air to your life, it’s an inner spirit to counsel yourself in engrossing to be successful and making you know yourself.
To acquire such prospective means, which draws one’s efforts in gaining knowledge to influence other with fame and success, one must have attitude in life.
In the beginning, I found myself without a partner. A month later, I had no job, leaving me with a mortgage payment that placed a huge emotional and financial burden on me.
When I eventually approached the government for assistance, the emotional disturbance was so great that they put me in a two-year counselling program. This helped, but provided no real understanding of my problems.
Even after obtaining work, I still didn’t understand why or what was happening to me. After emotional searching, I eventually put pen to paper to record my personal awareness of what developed within me as a man, and how it affected the way I reacted and felt.
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Recognise what causes your mood swings.
Nip negative feelings in the bud.
Deal with guilt.
Handle hostility and criticism.
Overcome addiction to love and approval.
Feel good everyday.
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It was a seemingly minor crash at Michigan International Speedway in June 2016 that ended the day early for Dale Earnhardt Jr. What he didn’t know was that it would also end his driving for the year. He’d dealt with concussions before, but concussions are like snowflakes—no two are the same. And recovery can be brutal—and lengthy.
As a third-generation driver in a family forever connected to the sport of stock-car racing, how could Dale Earnhardt Jr. sit on the sidelines and watch everyone else take their laps? It was one of the toughest seasons of his life—one that changed him forever.
In this gripping narrative from one of professional sports’ most beloved figures, Dale Jr. shares stories from his journey: how his career and his injury have transformed him, how he made the decision to retire at the end of the 2017 season after eighteen years behind the wheel, and what lies ahead for him in the next chapter of his life. There’s no second-guessing and no regrets from Driver #88. He simply wants to go out on his own terms and make the rest of his life off the racetrack count. Junior says, “I don’t want these last races to be just about me but rather the people who made my success possible: my fans, the folks who pack the grandstands rain or shine, my teammates and crew members through the years, industry colleagues, track volunteers, friends, family, sponsors. They’ve all played a role. I couldn’t have done it without them.”