Newsletter: A Beefed Up Growth Mindset

What's possible with a strong growth mindset?
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In my previous post, I talked about what a growth mindset is and what it's good for. Pretty obvious it's good for a lot of stuff. But what if...
What if it was beefed up?
 You know, juiced! What if we created environments around ourselves, our loved ones, and even our work places to get everyone into a mode to readily learn new things, process them, and rigorously exercise trial and error to improve, develop, and achieve radically creative / innovative solutions? More importantly, doing all that without the relational shackles caused by insecurities, needs for approval, and dysfunctions driven by fear. What would happen to our hearts? Our homes? Our organizations? Our communities and cities?

What if we experienced more of these?
  • Meaningful Validation
  • Communication, Collaboration, Community
  • Greater Diversity
  • Grander Vision
Shouldn't these become the norm rather than hopeful ideals shackled by fixed mindsets?

Read on here.

I know some of you may not be feeling it and that's cool. In the next issue, I'll talk some about things that kill this kind of stuff and it begins with an "r".
PARENTING TIP: (click on pic to learn about success being a journey)
We all want our kids to be successful but often times forget what the road to get there looks like. With all those twists, turns and switch backs, how do we help them stay on course? Foster these 8 things (click on pic):

Centrally prioritize healthy relationships.
Healthy relationships give life to our hearts, the source of those 8 things. It's also what our kids need most. Try these tips for starters. Look for an e-course coming soon on this!
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