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17 January 2019
 
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25 Tips on How to Develop a Mindset
for Growth and Learning
 
 
 
What if your true learning potential was unknown, even unknowable, at best? What if it were impossible to foresee what you could accomplish with a few years of passion, toil, and training? According to Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck, this isn’t some hypothetical situation, dependent on any manner of factors from genes to environment. It’s a mindset. And it’s one you can cultivate at any point in life.

A “growth mindset,” as Dweck calls it, is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: a tendency to believe that you can grow. The fixed mindset can negatively impact all aspects of your life, but when you start viewing things as mutable, the situation gives way to the bigger picture.

This is important because it can actually change what you strive for and what you see as success. By changing the definition, significance, and impact of failure, you change the deepest meaning of effort.

In this mindset, the hand you’re dealt is just the starting point for development. So how does this apply to learning and what can we do to help instill this attitude in ourselves or subordinates?

Here’s our list of 25 recommended practices. Click the link below to read the full article. 
 
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By Terence Brake


As part of our ongoing commitment to the development of borderless working strategies, Terence Brake, our Head of Learning and Innovation, has written a series of insightful books.


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