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The Fixed Mindset

The Fixed Mindset

The fixed mindset describes people who think their intelligence, talents and personalities are fixed abilities that are unchangeable and can't grow over time.

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NOURA

With the right mindset,

we can't lose,

we either practice

what we've learned,

or we learn

what we need to practice.

NOURA

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Problems of the Fixed Mindset

Problems of the Fixed Mindset

  • Lower self-knowledge
  • Limited view
  • No risk-taking
  • Causes unhealthy competition
  • Hypersensitive to lack and scarcity

«I'm either good at it or not.»

«I dislike and avoide challenges because I'm afraid of failure.»

«I don't like criticism. It's like beeing attaked.»

«Failure is the limit of my abilities.»

«I give up when I get stuck.»

«I expect reward without even trying.»

«I don't like it when others are successful.»

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ROBERT H. SCHULLER

Problems are not stop signs,

they are guidelines.

ROBERT H. SCHULLER

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The Growth Mindset

The Growth Mindset

The growth mindset describes people who think abilities can grow through effort and hard work. This perspective fosters a love of learning and the resilience that is essential for great performance.

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SHERMAN FINESILVER

Don't worry

about failure.

Worry about

the chances you miss

when you

don't even try.

SHERMAN FINESILVER

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The Key Elements of the Growth Mindset

The Key Elements of the Growth Mindset

  • Embrace challenges & imperfections.
  • Learn from failure & criticism.
  • Consider effort as the path to success.
  • Be inspired by the success of others.
  • Perseveres in the face of failure.

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BRIAN HEBERT

The capacity to learn

is a gift;

the abilty to learn

is a skill;

the willingness to learn

is a choice.

BRIAN HEBERT

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From That to This

From That to This

  1. Focus on yourself and do not compare yourself with others. You are you.
  2. Don't shy away from new challenges, embrace them and use them as a means to grow.
  3. Accept mistakes and setbacks, because that's what makes everyone human. Think of it as a lesson.
  4. Be persistent and persevering. You can do it!
  5. Be inspired! For exemple, find a role model!
  6. Stop seeking approval of others.
  7. Learning instead of failing.

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STEPHANIE SEABROOK HEDGEPATH

Life is about being and becoming, not having and getting.

STEPHANIE SEABROOK HEDGEPATH

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