Newsletter: Growth Culture and Mindset

Are you living with a growth mindset?
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If we want the very best for our families, we need foundational fundamentals that will keep all members moving forward towards their full potential and cultivating deep connections with each other. What might that be?

Self awareness that empowers and equips us to move our family forward in what matters most.

To make this happen, a growth mindset (especially in the area of emotional and relational health) is absolutely essential. It's terrible when mom, dad, or kids feel like they can't change the negative ways they relate and respond. So they distract themselves rather than learn how to grow to achieve greater maturity.

Looking at the graphic, it's easy to see why the growth mindset should be preferred.

  • We're passionate for learning rather than being hungry for approval.
  • We see failure as growth and learning rather than something to fearfully avoid.
  • We experience meaningful improvement rather than just another head-knowledge addition.
  • We recognize and experience the power of life long learning.

So what's behind having a fixed or growth mindset? Read on here.

And it starts in our own minds. We need it to be a place of growth and vitality! Check out my ecourse to learn more. 

Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning
“After forty years of intensive research on school learning in the United States as well as abroad, my major conclusion is: What any person in the world can learn, almost all persons can learn, if provided with the appropriate prior and current conditions of learning.”
- B. Bloom

I emphasized the last phrase to get our attention onto creating conditions of learning. In our brains, the learning center and the fear center are very close together at the core. Fear shuts down learning. Trust and love promote it. When we create environments that cultivate courage and compassion, members of our families can bravely go through challenges (by us, others, and / or life events), learn from trial and error, and experience break throughs through processing, faith, actions and persistence. 

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