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English 12: Verbal Visual Essay
Transcript of English 12: Verbal Visual Essay
a Positive Mindset is the Key to
The Growth Mindset
This is the belief that one's basic qualities are things that can be cultivated, not a fixed state of being. This is extremely positive; by looking for opportunities for growth instead of dwelling on the negativity of reality, one can learn from their mistakes, achieve success, and grow as a person overall!
The concept of grit effectively is the ability to look at life as an opportunity to constantly evolve, not short series of stand-alone accomplishments. To be gritty is to persevere through active challenges and keep persevering even when things don't seem to be improving at all. In order to maintain this self-motivation and determination, one has to keep a positive mindset.
"Grit is living life like it's a marathon, not a sprint."
- Angela Lee Duckworth
Tom Shadyac’s enthusiastic depiction of the brighter side of human nature and reality, itself, separates I AM from the many pessimistic, non-fiction films. While he does explore what’s wrong with the world, the film’s overwhelming emphasis is focused on what we can do to make it better. This documentary truly highlights how positivity and cooperation are the ultimate keys to success.
This strategy as presented by Joanne and Ana, in agreement with the original sample project (the "Superhero Pose"), suggest that the having a positive view of oneself contributes significantly to one's confidence and success!
A Verbal Visual Essay by Anne Hung
"We started by asking 'what's wrong with the world?' and ended up discovering what's right with it."
- Tom Shadyac
“I don’t mind losing as long as I see improvement or I feel I’ve done as well as I possibly could.”
- Carol S. Dweck, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
"Your body language shapes who you are"
"Positive affirmation of one's self decreases epinephrine levels! [...] LESS Epinephrine = LESS Stress!"
- Ana Delvalle and Joanne Bahng