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Attitude is an excellent focal point of attention which gives direct insight into human thoughts, beliefs, and emotions in each moment. It basically is a mental mechanism and is secretly working for twenty four hours within every individual and has the potential to take him either forward or backward depending on whether he has positive or negative attitude. At any stage of life, if any person comes to know that he has a poor attitude he need not worry; attitude can always be changed for better. The changing of attitude however warrants awareness of various faces of mind, mind powers and how the mind works. Keeping the above in view, the self help book "ATTITUDE CAN BE CHANGED" has been written. The following features in the book.1. Human mind and how it works 'composite' as well through its components.2. Different powers of the mind.3. Different mental laws.4. How attitudes are formed and various functions the attitude serves.5. Influence of perception on attitude.6. Relative benefits and adverse effects of different attitudes.7. Significance of different attitudes in adversity.8. Introspection and its role in attitudinal change.9. Principle and technique of changing attitude.10. Attitudinal attributes of achievers.
Nothing happens of its own. It is the attitude to make things happen that leads people to achieve success.
A product of Don Bosco's (St. Anthony's School) and St. Edmund's College, Shillong, Sri Tarit Kumar Pal had graduated in Metallurgical Engineering from Regional Engineering College (currently known as National Institute of Technology), Rourkela and joined Indian Iron and Steel Company, Burnpur (presently known as IISCO Steel Plant, Steel Authority of India Ltd. –ISP, Sail, Burnpur) as officer trainee in 1970. He retired from the services of Sail in Nov. 2007 as Executive Director ISP, Sail. After retirement, between 2007 and 2012 he had served several private companies as a senior consultant. Apart from his academic brilliance, he was also a distinguished cricket and table tennis player. He was a quick decision maker and motivator and was highly regarded in Sail for his knowledge, experience and prompt actions in various disciplines such as Iron Making, Steel Making, Colliery Management and Human Resource Management which were instrumental in yielding outstanding results for the companies he served. On numbers of occasions, he had represented Sail in connection with Technology Transfer and Project Management and travelled as a delegate to U.K, France, Germany, Hungary and Brazil. He had earlier written five books on self hep –1. Wake up and make it happen,2. Power of thoughts.3. Healing power of breathing.4. How to overcome fear, stress and anger and5. Prana to pranayama.