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mentality

the state or quality of mental or intellectual ability
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The AKP mentality knows no boundaries when it comes to "emotional vampirism" and it, without remorse, exploits international issues for its political gain.
It's not possible to change the mentality you had last April A or May for a totally different one in August or A September.
While High Performance Mentality was written for athletes, fitness enthusiasts and trainers, the principles are equally effective for anyone wanting to achieve a fitness or weight loss goal, or change the way they pursue personal or professional goals that have eluded them until now.
We've got very good players but we just need that mentality and be resilient in our performances.
But he has a sheer presence to hold the ball up, the ability to win balls in the box and a match-winning mentality.
What's important now is the mentality of the group is to win and win together.
Even when we have a friendly game, I have a winning mentality.
But now he has had a change of mentality and, at 36-years-old, he is now learning a new trade and he is reaping the rewards of changing his mentality.
One of the things that floats Roberto's boat is to build a club up, to change a losing mentality to a winning mentality.
BEIRUT: Maronite Patriarch Beshara Rai urged Wednesday Lebanese political parties to "change their names" and start acting with a new mentality.
When asked what sort of a coach he would prefer, Delgado said, "I don't mind the name, according to me I feel the players understand the mentality of an [South] American so maybe one from the region would be good.
This kind of mentality now exists in various work environments.