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Copy of Growth Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset
Transcript of Copy of Growth Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset
Beliefs individuals hold about their most basic qualities and abilities (attributes)
Intelligence (and other attributes) are fixed - can't change
what is an example of an attribute that is basically fixed?
leads to a desire to look smart and therefore a tendency to....
give up easily
See effort as fruitless or worse
Ignore useful negative feedback
Feel threatened by the success of others
AS A RESULT....
Plateau early and achieve less than full potential
Leads to a desire to learn and therefore a tendency to....
Persist in the face of setbacks
See effort as a path to mastery
Learn from criticism
Find lessons and inspiration in the success of others
AS A RESULT.....
GIVES YOU A GREATER SENSE OF FREE WILL
Oh, the Places You Go!
Ulysses S. Grant
Intelligence can change
Work hard = get smarter
Education is an opportunity for growth
Which mindset are you?
"Figure out yourself
to be good at,
know that you'll never really satisfy yourself that you've made it
and accept that that's okay."
Robert B. Reich
Agree or Disagree?
To be honest, you can't really change how intelligent you are.
You can learn new things, but you can't change your IQ.
Your talent in an area (sports, art, music) is something you can't really do much about.