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Your mind is constantly going, and what you feed your mind through ideas, thoughts, and media (music, t.v., social media) becomes your words and actions. Your frame of mind has a huge impact on how you see the world and how the world sees you. It also determines what you’re going to achieve. You can talk yourself out of “situations” or into “situations.” The choice is definitely yours.
There are two specific mind sets – fixed and growth. A fixed mindset is one who settles for mediocrity, complacency and stays stagnant; whereas, a growth mindset welcomes challenges, opportunities, tries new things, and takes constructive criticism and runs with it. Which one are you?
You can develop a growth mindset by following a few easy steps:
You may not be able to control your external forces but you can control how you respond to them. Remember that life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond to it. When you consistently work towards your goals, you create a positive energy flow that spills into all areas of your life.
ATC Intern Coach