A Is For Attitude: An Alphabet for Living

Paperback | February 5, 2002

byPatricia Russell-mccloud

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Patricia Russell-McCloud's message of personal empowerment and professional accountability shows you how to have the courage to face all that life has to offer -- the disappointments and the pleasures. Russell-McCloud shows you how to stop making the excuses that hinder you from venturing beyond where you are.

Using the alphabet as a touchstone, A Is for Attitude: An Alphabet for Living offers you, chapter by chapter, a new commitment to assess your strengths and fulfill more of your potential. You'll learn to live with Courage, to tap your Genius and Brainpower, to fight for Justice and Truth, to take Risks, and develop a Vision.

A Is for Attitude brims with anecdotes, advice, and action steps, and provides a blueprint for a successful life that has meaning, substance, and contentment at its core.

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Patricia Russell-McCloud's message of personal empowerment and professional accountability shows you how to have the courage to face all that life has to offer -- the disappointments and the pleasures. Russell-McCloud shows you how to stop making the excuses that hinder you from venturing beyond where you are.Using the alphabet as a t...

"A wonderful book for youth and adults on living a good life from A to Z. An inspiring tool with many helpful nuggets for making it through the journey of life." (Reatha Clark King, Ph.D., president and executive director, General Mills Foundation)
Format:PaperbackPublished:February 5, 2002Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060932333

ISBN - 13:9780060932336

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"A wonderful book for youth and adults on living a good life from A to Z. An inspiring tool with many helpful nuggets for making it through the journey of life." (Reatha Clark King, Ph.D., president and executive director, General Mills Foundation)