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Mindset

Mindset

by Carol S. Dweck

  1. The New Psychology of Success
  2. Dr. Carol Dweck, a Professor of psychology at Stanford University, 

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Core Concept

There are 2 mindset, that ability is something inherent that only needs to be demonstrated, or you believe that ability can be developed

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  1. Fixed Mindset
  2. Growth Mindset

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Fixed Mindset

  1. Fateful thinking 
  2. Ability is a inborn Given 
  3. Critism of Capability = Critism of Self 

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Growth Mindset

  1. Ability is developed through self initiative 
  2. Embrace Challenge
  3. Stronger by trying difficult things. 
  4. Feedback = Valuable information for Change 

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mindset Seen @Work

Organizations can have collective Mindset 

Thereby challlenges and opportunities 

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  1. Star” employees are valued high
  2. People Tend to keep Secrets, Cheat and cut corners

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Growth Mindset Company

  1. Trust based Culture 
  2. Happier employees
  3. More innovative culture. 

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Dwecks work is not yet linked to overall performance

Dweck’s research is yet to look at whether growth mindset companies actually perform better 

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  1. Right Incentives 
  2. Reduce Hero Culture 
  3. Encourage Action - Failure - Learning 

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relationships break up over the issue of staying the same vs. making changes.

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relationship coach Rinatta Paries

Believes that having a fixed mindset in a relationship “guarantees relationship pain, and even failure.” 

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Mindset Challenge

The mindset that the right partner is the essential element in having a successful relationship

Rather than, adopting change as the relationship grows.

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Most requests for change come from a sincere place from both partners, and if you want a long-term relationship

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Changing Your Mindset

  1. Self-Awareness
  2. Recognize you have a Choice 
  3. Setting Ambitious Goals 
  4. Talking Back to your Mindsets 

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  1. self-awareness >> Understand your strengths and weaknesses. 
  2. Test >>
  3. Myers-Briggs, Predictive Index 
  4. StrengthsFinder: Decision .. Outcome Writing down 

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Revisionist History Problem

  • Changing facts to suit the outcomes 
  • a major limiting factor in personal growth 
  • Writing down and journaling is key 

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  1. Be Ambitious, not easy to complete. 
  2. Student Study : Goals differentiates students who persisted with others 
  3. ‘Learning goals'’ 
  4. ‘performance goals’

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  1. Choose to put in more effort
  2. focus on learning and improving
  3. Eventually expand your capability 

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  1. Start talking back to your “fixed mindset voice” as if you already had a growth mindset. 
  2. Practice hearing both voices
  3. But practice acting on the voice of the growth mindset. 

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  1. Success Mindset worksheet 
  2. Worksheet: Finding the 3 Ingredients to Shift Your Mindset
  3. Worksheet: The Importance of a Growth Mindset 

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