Posted on:May 7, 2012 ‘Two Mindsets,’ Stanford, magazine article, 2007 -37.814251 144.963169 Share this piece:LinkedInTwitterFacebookMoreRedditEmailPinterestTelegramWhatsApp Related News
3 thoughts on “Which mindset are you?”
Good one Kate, I use my diagram below to try explain this difference in how one can perceive change (growth mindset) verses commitment (fixed mindset)
Basically I think it is how the words we use can form this type of polar thinking as mentioned in the article.
Are you an “agreement” type person that lives by hope or a “promise” type person that needs commitment? Anyone that uses the word commitment beware.
Motivation is always a fascinating thing. Whilst most of us always strives to achieve, I also find it amazing to think about how each person’s approach changes depending on their personaility type. One of my favourite concepts to review is ‘Herrmann’s whole brain model’ an interesting idea on how to measure and describe our thinking preferences.
Reblogged this on ideas on the run and commented:
interesting thought diagram
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