Thank you to Ryan Gottfredson for these resources
- Success Mindsets by Ryan Gottfredson
- Mindset by Carol Dweck
- Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins
- The Brain that Changes Itself by Norman Doidge
- Atomic Habits by James Clear
- Mindsets for Parents: Strategies to Encourage Growth Mindsets in Kids by Mary Cay Ricci & Margaret Lee
- Unlocking Greater Success by Developing a Growth Mindset
- Research-Backed Benefits of Possessing a Growth Mindset
- Carol Dweck: A Summary of Growth and Fixed Mindsets
- Fixed vs Growth: The Two Basic Mindsets That Shape Our Lives
- How to Learn Anything You Want In Just 20 Hours
Videos – Directly on Growth Mindset
- Developing a Growth Mindset with Carol Dweck (9:37)
- The Power of Believing that You Can Improve – Carol Dweck (10:24)
- The Power of Belief – Mindset and Success – Eduardo Briceno (10:51)
- How to Get Better at the Things You Care About – Eduardo Briceno (11:23)
- How to Build a Growth Mindset (18:05)
Videos – Neuroplasticity
- https://youtu.be/xzbHtIrb14sNeuroplasticity (2:03)
- After Watching This, Your Brain Will Not be the Same – Lara Boyd (14:24)
- Discover How to Rewire Your Brain with Neuroplasticity (6:21)
- Improving Our Neuroplasticity – Dr. Kelly Lambert (19:41)
- Neuroplasticity and Learning Explained (2:55)
- Mindfulness, Neuroplasticity (3:50)
- Neurohacking: Rewiring Your Brain – Don Vaughn (20:01)
- Identify the skills where you have gone from poor to proficient
- Identify a time where you took on a challenge, initially failed, yet persisted until you were successful
- Identify a time where you failed and greatly benefitted from it
- Identify a time where you failed and failed to learn from it. How could you have handled that better?
- What growth-minded advice would you say to someone who is struggling with something that doesn’t come naturally?
- Try to describe to someone the difference between a fixed and a growth mindset
- Try to describe why having a growth mindset is so beneficial and why having a fixed mindset can be so detrimental.
- With a partner or group, ask and answer:
- When was an instance where you or your team had a fixed mindset and how it affected you personally and the broader group?
- When was an instance where you or your team had a growth mindset and how it affected you personally and the broader group?
- What changes do we need to make to make it safer for us to fail without fear?
- What benefits have come from our failures?
- Are we more concerned about looking good or on learning and growing? What evidence do we have for either?
- Is our culture fueling more of a fixed mindset or more of a growth mindset?
- Who is someone that you know that has a fixed mindset? How does that limit them?
- Who is someone that you know that has a growth mindset? How does that empower them?
- Instead of saying, “I can’t do it,” say, “I can’t do it, yet.”
- I can be brave. I am strong.
- I can do anything I put my mind to
- When I ask questions, I learn
- Mistakes help me improve
- New things are opportunities for me to learn
- I can choose to try again
- Unsuccessful attempts are all part of the process