Do you worry about how smart you are? Or do you you learn without being outcome driven? That is an example of different mindsets. One mindset can help us get in our own way and the other can help us grow.
Carol Dweck is a world renowned Stanford University psychologist and the author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. Her groundbreaking research is breaking the myths of where success really comes from.
We discuss the power of one’s mindset and how that leads to tapping one’s full potential and we will discuss early identifiers such as GATE, early athletic success and labels.
In this interview we discuss:
- Growth & Fixed Mindset
- Where mindsets is applicabl in our lives – business, leadership, workplace environments, education, academics, athletics, relationships, health and personal development
- Social conditioning – labels of GATE, athletic success, outcome driven
- How mindset can get in the way of developing our full potential
- Intellectual undertanding of growth mindset, but still living in a fixed mindset way of life.
- How to develp growth mindset
- Carol Dweck’s definition of success
- Takeaway -two things listeners can do
I hope this interview gives you evidence that personal self-development is possible for YOU. Carol Dweck’s research shows us that with a fixed mindset we can get in our own way. With a growth mindset you provide an opportunity for growth, a willingness to learn and practice without creating a verdict and self-eliminating yourself. What mindset do you have in the different areas in your life?