Enlighten Knowledge, fixed mindsets and growth mindset pros and cons on life styles

0

Introduction

Mindsets are an important part of your personality, but you can change them.

Everybody is born with the natural ability to learn.

Babies strive to improve their skills daily such as their ability to walk and talk.

They never decide it’s too hard or not worth the effort.

Babies don’t worry about making mistakes or humiliating themselves.

They walk, they fall, they get up, and just barge forward.

What could put an end to this exuberant learning?

As soon as children become able to evaluate themselves.

Some of them become afraid of challenges.

They become afraid of not being smart.

They start being conscious of their environment, afraid of making mistakes and humiliation.

That starts to make statements like “what if”.

These are the beginning of becoming a non-learner with a fixed mindset.

  • People with fixed mindsets want to make sure they succeed and after one level of success, they get stuck and don’t want to try anything new.
  • They get stuck because they normally don’t want to fail or are afraid, they will not succeed.
  • People with fixed mindsets/non-learners thrive when things are safely within their grasp.
  • If things get too challenging, they lose interest.
  • People with a fixed mindset prefer effortless success,
  • Failure can be permanent when it comes to people with a fixed mindset, mainly because they don’t want to learn.
  • Instead of trying to learn from and repair their failures, people with a fixed mindset try to repair their self-esteem by looking for people who are even worse off than they are care of.
  • Some of them tend to assign blame and make excuses.
  • Moreover, a fixed mindset mostly stands in the way of development and change

Learners are people with a growth mindset,

  • They possess the I can do spirit.
  • They are always trying to improve.
  • They are always ready for a new challenge.
  • They believe success is about stretching themselves and their ability to become smarter.
  • People in a growth mindset don’t just seek challenge, they thrive on it.
  • The bigger the challenge, the more they stretch.
  • Sometimes people with the growth mindset stretch themselves so far that they do the impossible.
  • The growth mindset is the belief that abilities can be cultivated.
  • The growth mindset also doesn’t mean everything that can be changed should be changed.
  • It is almost inconceivable to want something badly, to think you have a chance to achieve it, and then do nothing about it when it comes to people with a growth mindset.
  • The growth mindset allows people to love what they are doing and to continue to love it in the face of difficulties or hard times.
  • It allows people to value what they are doing regardless of the outcome
  • The growth mindset is a starting point for change and development in most situations.

About Author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *