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Examples : Growth Mindsets

Examples : Growth Mindsets

  1. Instead of being discouraged by criticism, your workforce is energised and motivated to improve their skills.
  2. You're willing to learn from your mistakes and find value in criticism.
  3. You believe that your intelligence and ability can be developed.
  4. You're willing to ask questions and admit when you don't know something.
  5. You believe that achievements are down to effort, not just inherent talent.


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Growth MIndset is a need , We usally prefer the fixed mindset because it comes with comfortability and then we question our ability , we feel down . Then dont try .But answer to all this mess is Growth Mindset . see how growth mindset works .

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Types of mindsets

  • Growth mindset: you believe your most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work. This view creates a love of learning and resilience.
  • Fixed mindset: you believe basic qualities, like intelligence or talent, are simply fixed traits and that talent...

Fixed vs. Growth Mindset

Fixed vs. Growth Mindset

Growth Mindset:

  • tend to understand basic abilities as malleable, and believe they can be developed over time.
  • love new challenges and view setbacks as opportunities to learn.
  • display better self-esteem, more resilie...

Fixed vs. Growth mindset

Fixed vs. Growth mindset

  • When success means being smart and failure being dumb, it stunts potential & possibilities in life. Growth mindset helps you love challenges, learn from mistakes, enjoy effort, seek new strategies, and keep learning....basically the main ingredients for

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