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The first basic mindset is that your skills and abilities are fixed. If you try something and it doesn't work, it's because you're "Not good at that", and you never will be.
The second basic mindset is that your skills and abilities are malleable. If you try something and it doesn't work, it's because you haven't worked on it very much, but if you keep trying, you'll inevitably get better.
SM: What is the dominant feeling/fear I have about this challenge?
Fact: Jeffery Schwartz MD has found an individuals perceptions can lead to inaccurate decisions. Identifying the mindsets feelings and fears can help move from focus from perception to reality.
GM: What are the dominant feelings/experiences I desire by facing this challenge?
Fact: Prof Dweck has found that effort and the willingness to “give it a go” is what defines a growth mindset. Effective collaboration and innovation requires people to have a growth mindset.
RI: Which type of decision is required to address this challenge?
Fact:Prof Phil Resenzweig has identified there are four types of decisions governed primarily by two factors performance and control. The type of decision will determine the right information your require to make a wise decision. The incorrect use of decision type will lead to ineffective decision making.
Select the form of Performance and level of Control to determine the decision type you need to focus on.Back Next