At­ti­tude in change

DNA Magazine (Portugal) - - Editorial -

As­sum­ing that at­ti­tude pre­sup­poses a strong char­ac­ter and marked per­son­al­ity traits, it’s im­por­tant to avoid any con­fu­sion with re­sis­tance, im­po­si­tion and stub­born­ness. Un­der­stand­ing what trav­el­ers want, or whether the con­cepts are re­ally adapted to real de­mand, needs a great men­tal open­ing, both in the ca­pac­ity to re­ceive feed­back, or the ca­pac­ity to an­a­lyze and un­der­stand the in­for­ma­tion re­ceived. Above all we need to ac­cept change, even if th­ese may seem dif­fer­ent from our per­sonal con­vic­tions.

One of the com­mon mis­takes we face every­day is to take small ex­am­ples, based on self-knowl­edge, as uni­ver­sal truths, re­sist­ing to strate­gic moves or even sim­ple, yet ex­tremely pos­i­tive changes. Hav­ing an open at­ti­tude and ac­cept­ing changes is so fun­da­men­tal if we want to point our value propo­si­tion to what guests re­ally value.

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