16 Feb 5 Keys to Developing a Growth Mindset
Many of you know my word for the year is love, I think sharing knowledge is a wee bit of love. Here’s this weeks love note. xo
Do you have growth mindset or a fixed one?
A growth mindset is vital to look at life’s circumstances as an opportunity rather than an obstacle. Learn the 5 key components of developing a growth mindset. You’ll feel a greater sense of control, freedom and probably even some joy!
I don’t know about you, but I am not a fan of change. When people ask me, “What is new and exciting?” I cringe. If I can say, “Nothing”, that makes me the happiest.
I love routine and ritual until the cows come home. Maybe a tad dull and boring, but I’m okay with that.
The problem is that when something changes or a challenge surfaces when you have my view of change one might tend toward a fixed mindset, which means you might try to avoid the challenge and not tackle it in a way that promotes growth and opportunity. This way of thinking does not serve us in the long run. It adds to stress and can make us feel stuck and even helpless.
If we want to have less stress and boost our resilience, we need to be aware of our mentality and develop a growth mindset instead.
In this week’s Love at Lunch, we talked about the five components of a growth mindset. You can see on the image the vast difference in how one can approach an obstacle.
Here is a video from this week’s Love at Lunch that explains the concept:
If you want to dive into this topic. Here’s a book (Mindset: The New Psychology of Success) about the science of accomplishment and how mindset impacts that.
If life is throwing you a curve ball the 5 components of a growth mindset will help you navigate it with greater ease, I promise.
Be gentle with yourself and trust that you do have what it takes to navigate this.
And if you could use some support to navigate something, reach out and set up a complimentary call here: https://10to8.com/book/leonadevinne/
Lots of love to you all! xo