Positive Attitude

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Nancy Mbangue
Period 2

Research has showed that having a positive attitude and optimism tends to increase life span and helps have a greater resistance to colds. A positive attitude is a person's disposition towards life in a manner that shows optimism .One’s attitude towards anything in life can affect the outcome. If a person has a consistent negative attitude in life-- no hope, no real goal, no purpose, and then that person will go exactly in that direction. A positive attitude is one that gives hope and purpose. It's a willing heart and joyful spirit no matter the situation. Positive attitude and thinking can drive anyone to success and happiness. My aunt was applying for CNA job and she was negatively thinking the entire day and was worried about not getting the job. I talked to her and told her that she would get the job and that I had faith in her. The next day she woke up confident and went to her interview. When she arrived, the receptionist thought that she came to apply for the janitor position because of her race. She told the lady that she had an appointment for the CNA position, but she wasn’t listening. Instead, she told her to go sit down in the waiting room and treated with her no respect. My aunt didn’t treat her the same way she did but with a lot of respect and did as she was told. She sat in that waiting room for 2 hours waiting for her interview, and to be called up. After waiting for those 2 hours, the employer came looking for her and she asked the receptionist if she had already came and she told the employer that she was in the waiting room and when she asked why she told her that she thought she was here for the janitor position. The employer was infuriated not only because she made my aunt wait 2 hours in the waiting room, but also at how she treated her with so much disrespect. The employer went up to my aunt and apologized for the way she was treated and asked her...