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By Mariana Degraft Dickson.  #transformed #live #laugh

4 Steps to Follow to Growth a Mindset

Are you the Victim or Your bad decisions?

Most of us have been conditioned to fear failure. We have been told that failure is not an option, that to fail is unacceptable.

But, this type of thinking ignores the values role that failure plays in our lives. if you are allowing your failures to control you, and you have become a victim to your setbacks, it is time to change your mindset.

 

 Why growth  Mindset

When you embrace a growth mindset, you can see that failure is a significant part of learning. After all, trial and error is a legitimate form of learning, with the error being the most critical part. If you try something and doesn’t work, then you have new information you did not have before.

Failure represents new learning that you can apply to your future attempts.

A growth mindset also allows you to learn more quickly from mistakes When you have a mentality that embraces mistakes as learning experiences, you more promptly apply this new knowledge to solve the problem laid before you.

 

 

When you have a Fix Mindset

When you have a fixed mindset, you become a victim to your failures, You do not believe you can improve or grow and that failures represent reasons why you should stop trying to succeed.

How can you tell if your mindset is fixed? Here are some signs to look for:

  • You give up easily, especially when trying new things.
  • You think that any failure on your part is a sign you lack intelligence.
  • You often ignore or discredit constructive criticism offered to you.
  • When you succeed, you see it as an affirmation of your inherent intelligence.
  • You actively avoid failure at all costs.
  • You are resistant to challenge.
  • When you see others succeed, you feel threatened.

These behaviors and thought patterns affect your decision and whether you achieve your goals in life.

Your fixed mindset, which places you in the role of victim to your own failures, is preventing you from becoming the person you want to be and from doing what you most value in this world.

You are at risk of not reaching your full potential in life. But it is not too late.

4 Steps to Follow to Growth Positive Mindset

When you decide you are ready to act to change your mindset, there are many things you can do to stop being a victim and start taking control.

The following are just a few of the many strategies and habits you can use to cultivate a growth mindset and start realizing your goals in life.

Mind functions.

#1. Embrace learning.

You can learn something from every situation and person in your life.

You must be open to seeing those opportunities and from receiving these lessons.

You are never too old to learn more, and you can accomplish anything which you set om your mind.

#2. Actively pursue change.

When you are open to new ideas and experiences, you see the benefit of trying out new things, even if they don’t work.

Pursue something new to you to practice taking steps toward a more growth-oriented approach.

#3. Learn from mistakes.

The next time something goes wrong in your life, ask yourself what you can learn from this experience.

What lessons can you apply in the future? What would you do differently, if you could turn back the clock?

Practice this at every opportunity you can, no matter how big or small the mistake.

#4. Take chances.

Starts small, but try something new each day. Take the risk you have never taken before.

Adopt a curiosity about the world that encourages you to try new things, because it doesn’t matter if you

succeed or not.

Each day of your life is filled with many possibilities. Be sure you are embracing them all by focusing on what you can learn from the world and how you can use that new knowledge to make your life get 

 

 

Are You Purpose Driven?

In order to understand the question of whether or not you are purpose driven, you first need to understand what the definition of the word “purpose” is, and the word “purpose” has several different meanings as both a noun and a verb. 
 
Exploring the different definitions of the word will help you to not only understand if you have a purpose, (which everyone does, whether discovered or not), but also discover perhaps what that purpose is and how you should go about being a “purpose driven person.”
 
As a noun, the word purpose can be defined in a variety of capacities, however the primary definition of the word purpose (as a noun) is “the reason for which something exists or is done, made or used,” and this a definition I think most appropriately applies to people who are purpose driven by definition. 
 
Passionate people who tend to be philanthropic and rescuing in nature tend to not have to ask the question of whether or not they are purpose driven. For example, I worked for more than 12 years as a medical professional have so many responsibilities in the path of death or life. Then I noticed my profession is so much stress anda life consumed.
 
Something I don’t like it because I wait up from phone call in the mind night my patient is close to delivering her baby or I need to safeguard somebody almost all night long in the hospital after the surgery, in critic state. I was consent to keep them alive) whether or not I got purpose driven.
  
Sometimes I  ask myself, I’ll get to do this all the rest of my life? because I was too busy being actively driven in my chosen purpose, which was to help as many people that I could. The point of that being that generally speaking, people who are devoted in an intrinsic way to a cause that they feel they have no other option but to pursue, are by definition “purpose driven.” 
 
As a verb, the word “purpose” is defined as “to set as an intention or goal for oneself,” which can easily be correlated to the noun version of the word as described above. There are many different types of people in the world, however, everyone who went to college knows that there exist a plethora of students whoa“undecided” and who struggle with deciding what their major and subsequent career in life is going to be.
 
Being “purpose driven” means having a passion in life or having something that you profound physically, and devotedly can do, something akin to the relationship that musicians have with their chosen instruments, or an altruistic cause that a so-called “do-gooder” simply cannot help themselves from pursuing, regardless of the ramifications that the pursuit of their chosen passion would create.  
 
Our reasons for doing it were never questioned in our minds in any way, it was just something we get prepared to do and the instinct to preserve the lives of the people.
 
Being purpose driven means not questioning your motivations for doing something, rather it means never doubting that you are doing what it is that you were meant to do. 
 

There is only one person ever born that is responsible for you….and that person is you.

All of us have hat things happen to us that was beyond our control. When life gives you an unexpected set back (happens all the time), your inner reserves need to be strong. When life gives you an unexpected setback

The good news is that the personal power necessary for you to have the best possible physical, spiritual, financial, emotional, interpersonal career and personal health and well being is inside you 

That is because personal power is inside everyone, Just as importantly, a high level of personal power puts you in control of your emotions, and behaviors, This means you always have the power to make the right choices for your unique situation.

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