Your mindset can change. This is great news when you're cultivating a growth mindset, but it also means you can slip back into old ways of thinking and processing information. Discover the only way to continue to develop your growth mindset is to continue to make it a priority, regularly reflecting on where you're utilizing a growth and fixed mindset in your life. In addition, learn how it's useful to ask others for feedback on being adaptable.
- Ironically, your mindset isn't quite as set…or fixed as it sounds.…Just as your opinions can change over time,…so can the way you think, feel, and respond to events.…This is great news if you want to work…towards creating a growth mindset.…On the flip side, as your mindset can change,…you can also slip back towards a fixed mindset…if that's where you were before.…This means that you need to commit…to creating and then maintaining a growth mindset…over the long term.…
For the most part, your beliefs will dictate your mindsets.…You'll believe you have the ability…to learn new skills, or not.…You'll believe you can control…how you respond to situations, or not.…Our beliefs are so deep rooted,…it can take time to alter them.…The important thing is to understand…in order to create a growth mindset,…you need to change the way you think…and process information.…
But probably more importantly,…you need to commit to doing this over the long term.…There is no quick fix.…It's a gradual and conscious process that takes time.…
- Define the trap in the “talent trap.”
- Summarize the steps taken in an experimental process.
- Identify the element to avoid in order to develop a truly flexible mind.
- Explain how to maintain focus on developing a growth mindset.
- Recognize the best strategy for creating a life-long learning habit.