Admit it; we all have had a bad day. There's a difference between having one bad day and coming into the office every single day, hating your job. If you truly want to be successful, your number one focus should be to create and maintain a positive attitude when it comes to your business environment. Opportunities tend to grow and problems shrink when you have an attitude of enthusiasm and optimism. If you're a leader, a positive attitude draws people to your side and encourages them to put forth their best work. Would you want to work for a boss that is always miserable? I can almost guarantee your response will be a solid NO. A leader with a negative attitude can only compel others to take action through fear. Attitudes can be rather contagious. If one worker is in a bad mood, chances are, the mood will rub off on the other employees. One way to improve your attitude would be to stop taking yourself so seriously. Cultivate the ability to laugh at yourself! Surround yourself with positive people and shun those who are "negative Nancy's." Try saying "thank you" more often. Achieving an "attitude of gratitude" requires more than simply being aware of what's wonderful in your life. Read more about how you can improve your attitude.