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Mindset: A Key to Success
Transcript of Mindset: A Key to Success
Fred Amador Counseling Faculty
Get into groups of 3 people
Your team has 10 minutes to create a T out of the 4 pieces in the box.
What thoughts and feelings did you have when building the puzzle?
How did you participate in building the puzzle?
What was the Key to solving the problem?
Mindset is a simple idea discovered by world-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck in decades of research on achievement and success.
My intelligence can be developed and leads to a greater desire to learn and therefore a tendency to embrace challenges. I persist in the face of setbacks
I see effort as the path to mastery, I learn from feedback, I find lessons and inspiration in the success of others.
I can reach ever higher levels of achievement!
Pick a partner and discuss what you understand about mindset and how you can use it .
My intelligence is static and leads to a desire to LOOK smart and therefore a tendency to avoid challenges.
I give up easily, I see effort as fruitless or worse, I cringe at feedback and ignore useful feedback, I feel threatened by the success of others and as a result…… I may plateau early and achieve less than my full potential!
What Does the Puzzle have to do with Mindset?
Your mindset can determine how you deal with frustration and challenge.
1. Hear the Fixed Mindset voice
2. Recognize you have a CHOICE
3. Speak the Growth Mindset voice
4. Take the Growth Mindset action.
Show it in your thinking,speaking and behavior.
4 Steps to Develop a Growth Mindset