"Nishant H. Dholakia
Its your Attitude not your Aptitude that determines your Altitude"
Could you tell us a bit about your trailer?? I actually don't really agree with this, as aptitude implies that you are inclined to be able to do something, and as we see all the time on "American Idol" or "So You Think You Can Dance", persons with no aptitude to sing or to dance (i.e. voice not very good to sing or body structure not well suited to dance) really can't do it no matter how good their attitude or how hard they try.
I think there are traits related to being a SAS programmer, such as the ability to think logically, that do make a difference in whether one is a successful SAS programmer or not, but of course trying helps as well, such as the willingness to read SUGI papers or other ways of growing in the field.