High Achievers Mindset Secrets
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What is Mindset? And Why is it important?
Your mindset is simply your beliefs.
It’s an established set of attitudes that you hold.
They’re powerful beliefs that have an incredible impact on everything you do.
But they’re just something in your mind, and you can change your mind.
Can your beliefs about yourself impact your success or failure?
Your beliefs not only play a vital role in what you want, but also whether you achieve it.
People with a Fixed Mindset believe that qualities such as intelligence and talent are inborn, fixed and unchangeable.
But those with a Growth Mindset, believe that through commitment and hard work, these abilities can be developed and strengthened
Many parts of our mindset are developed and influenced in our early years by the way we are raised, our life experiences, and things we learn in school.
Children who are taught that they should look smart instead of enjoying to learn, tend to develop a fixed mindset.
They become more concerned with how they are being judged and fear that they might not live up to expectations.
Kids who are taught to explore, embrace new experiences, and enjoy challenges are more likely to develop a growth mindset.
Rather than seeing mistakes as setbacks, they are willing to try new things and make errors all in the process of learning and achieving their potential.
For a growth mindset, a failure doesn’t turn into “I’m a failure.”
Carol S Dweck, PhD of Stanford notes that having a growth mindset doesn’t involve believing that anyone can become anything they want with enough education and effort. Not everyone can become Einstein or Mozart just because they try.
Instead, the growth mindset is about living up to ones possible potential. this potential, however, is never really knowable.
Who knows how far a person can go if they set their mind to it?
People with a growth mindset believe that the effort that goes into learning and deepening their understanding and talents is well worth all the toil and trouble.
Kobe Bryant was a prime example of someone with a Growth Mindset
In Kobe Bryant, the Mamba Mentality, he said:
When it came to basketball I had no fear.
What I mean by that is if I wanted to implement something new into my game, I’d see it and try incorporating it immediately. I wasn’t scared of missing, looking bad, or being embarrassed. That’s because I always kept the end result, the long game, in my mind. I always focused on the fact that I had to try something to get it, and once I got it, I’d have another tool in my arsenal. If the price was a lot of work and a few missed shots, I was OK with that.
As a kid, I would work tirelessly on adding elements to the game. I would see something I liked in person or on film, go practice it immediately, practice it more the next day, and then go out and use it. By the time I reached the league, I had a short learning curve, I could see something, download it, and have it down pat.
From the beginning I wanted to be the best
I had a constant craving, a yearning, to improve and be the best. I never needed any external forces to motivate me.
During my rookie year, at first, some scouting reports said I wasn’t tough. The first time I went to the basket in games, I’d get hit and the defense would think they had me. I’d come back the very next play and pick up an offensive foul just to send them a message.
I didn’t need that extra push to be great, though. From day one, I wanted to dominate. My mindset was: I’m going to figure you out. Whether it was A.I., Tracy, Vince – or, if I were coming up today, LeBron, Russ, Setph – my goal was to figure you out. And to do that, to figure those puzzles out, I was willing to do way more than anyone else.
That was the fun part for me.
Your mindset impacts all areas of your life. It’s critical in how you cope with life’s challenges. In everything from school, to business, athletics, or relationships.
You can learn to identify what kind of mindset you have, but more important, and those with a fixed mindset may not agree, but you can change your mindset.
Your mindset is a belief, and you can change your beliefs, and that’s what High Achievers Mindset Secrets is about.
These may be beliefs you’re aware of or unaware of,
but they strongly affect what you want and whether or not you succeed in getting it.
Changing your beliefs, even the simplest beliefs, and helping you to have a more powerful mindset can have profound effects
In this course you will develop a powerful mindset that will take you on your journey to success
You’ll learn how to become confidence, and how to regain your confidence when it’s lost.
You’ll identify what success is to you, and clearly define your real goals and WHY you must achieve them
You’ll understand the impact of powerful self-talk and tools such as visualizing and their impact on your overall mindset
You will also completely understand the difference between a fixed mindset and a growth mindset…
…how to change or improve yours, and how to properly help others develop theirs
You’ll understand the concept of “Proximity is Power,”
and how those you surround yourself with impact your level of success
You will develop your own Success Formula and learn how to create Personal Development Habits to ensure lasting success
Plus you’ll understand the relationship between your mindset and mental health and the importance of Mindfulness
And so much more
There is so much essential and powerful knowledge packed into this course to help you to develop incredibly big goals and achieve them.
The purpose of this course is to help you to truly develop a powerful mindset that will help you to achieve your True Potential
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