Is there an attitude to success?

Attitude of Excellence – It’s Time To Get An Attitude
By J Loren Norris

Attitude of Excellence presentation and training programs are design to counteract the Attitude of Entitlement and lethargy that are permeating our current culture, invading our workplaces and redefining success.

It was once said “The philosophy of the class room in this generation will be the philosophy of the government in the next.”

If we don’t get busy training our young people now to recognize the need for discipline, diligence, determination and dignity we will not recognize our country in one to two generations.

If we want to remain a great nation, we must get an ATTITUDE.

The Attitude of Excellence demands:

Discipline: The art of being self motivated, self inspired and self driven to accomplish tasks that you have been assigned and tasks that you identify as critical to success in your life.

Diligence: Focused attention to detail in every task, action, habit and attitude. Doing whatever it takes to do your very best every time. There is no shame in striving to be the very best at something or even everything you do.

Determination: A dual edged approach. First to determine what is most important to you personally, relationships, grades, college education etc. Second a driven approach to hard work and not let daily obstacles stand in the way of accomplishment.

Dignity: The underlying acknowledgement that even those who seem opposed to your choices and your goals have great value to you and to society. Showing respect for yourself in choice and words and treating others equally.

Schedule Loren for your Team by calling 214-783-9854 or visit

This presentation was delivered at Everest College Graduation in April.
See video sample here:


Compassionate, real and humorous, Loren impacts the lives of everyone he meets. He inspires audiences with wisdom, motivation, and hope. His story is transparent and transforming … His life is a refreshing “victim to victor story” … one that will encourage the heart of any audience. Loren frequently reminds audiences, “Regardless of your past; the mistakes you have made and what has been ‘done to you’, how you see you and the attitude you carry through life will determine your future.”

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.