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swapfimebemar.tk/map15.php Hi Saga: My name is Joan Bennett. I am learning and hope one day to have mastery of the mystery of Critical Thinking Mindset. As for me, decoding and unlocking Adaptive Learning Patterns will be my greatest challenge. Creating by Changing my mindset will be worth my vested time Studing. Reading this article was an inspiration to my learning process. Having a growth mindset throughout my college experience will help me better focus on my school work and how I even veiw my everyday lifestyle. Thank you for this strategy to improve myself in order to earn my degree!

When stated take ownership of your attitude, meaning to acknowledge yourself as someone. I will taken that throughout my career and lifetime. It meant a lot to me. Hi, my name is Amber and I enjoyed the reminder that a growth mindset is a good thing. You made me understand that learning is to be learned not memorized. It is a very vital tool that I can use to enhance growth through my studies while attending school. Your article was a great view in how one obtain different sides of learning. I will definitely apply this in reaching further education in life. Thank you. Thanks for the insight on how to better ourselves.

I took from this Article take ownership over your attitude like I have been doing. This reading really means a lot to myself and many others. It will be useful during this course. Thank you so much for sharing. Thank you that was a very learning and helpful article I read. It will help me in my assignment. Hi Saga I thought this article was very helpful for understanding on how to learn. It puts things into a perspective that most people do not think of. I have heard similar ideas before and i always try to remember the basics of them because we are never really done learning in life.

So anything that helps us learn more efficiently is worth remembering. Hi Saga: This article was very inspiring and helped me thru a difficult time to press on to learning and achieving my goals. Much success on your future endeavors as well your classmate Grover. Such a beautiful article. I have learnt so much from reading it and will implement some of these in my day to day life.

Very informative, a great read. This way of thinking has help me progress intellectually and become more mentally mature. Thank You. Hello Saga! Thank you for your article. Your article made me learn more you inspire people and myself with your great thoughts. The are many different docs that are great. I appreciate your time writing your article. Thank you for your time. Greetings, I was so empowered by this massage of aspiration, it was the best inspiring knowledge.

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I really like i could go teach a class after this. I cant wait to share this message with others. Greetings, Saga Words cannot express the inspiration and aspiration I felt reading this article, I was more then impressed. I never knew learning can wake up a part of your brain that was sleep for the longest, I felt like all kind of flashes was going off all from learning. I greatly appreciate your in site on A healthy growth mind set. Thank you for this Saga. Reading 25 ways to develop a growth mindset has literally been an epiphany in my educational journey.

Thank you Saga for posting this very inspiring article. I will make sure she reads it and hopefully, she will get a better understanding of growth-mindset. I am so impressed with the 25 ways to develop a growth mindset. The main point for me is 5. Using failure as an opportunity to improve or learn is so intriguing to me! I enjoyed reading your article it was very helpful and inspiring and also will keep Me encouraged and I learned how to have a growth mindset. Moving forward I will give it all I got by what ever the challenge is I will put all the effort that I got to complete the task.

Oh Man! This article will be very useful and it opened up my eye so much. Thank you! I love what you say about redefining genius! I really enjoyed this article. I realize that I was working with a fixed mindset rather than a growth mindset. This article has allowed me to put so much of my life in perspective. I enjoyed the article. I do believe that you can be as intelligent as you want to be, as long as I you are willing to put in the work.

Working hard mentally can and does pay off. I agree that you can be as intelligent as you want to be. You have to be willing to put in the work. Hard work builds a strong mind. Learning how to learn makes your intelligence great! It has alot of very great advice on how to deal with certain things in life on a whole new aspect.

Thanks saga for the wonderful information, you have given to us. Hi Saga, This was an inspirational read. I really got a lot of it and made me think differently on how to better manage at work. You know Bob, you say you hate it, but what I hear is, that you are getting out of your comfort zone. No one wants to do that, but soon, this will be your new comfort zone. That is worth loving. Thank you so much this has helped me as I have not mastered all my ambission a and dreams yet!

Great effort, you must have worked hard on this! These days it is not hard to see that people have ben taught what to think and not how to think. To be effective in this world you will need the ability to distinguish reality from fantasy; opportunity in adversity, grit from stuborn adhearence to old ways, and the ingredient we call effort and hard work.

Thanks for your contribution. I totally agree with you this article definitely has useful info especially for someone who wants to further their mindset. Holy fake comments batman. Thank you so much for sharing this great post. Very inspiring and helpful too. Hope you continue to share more of your ideas. An excellent overview but it would have been nice to have more actionable points. Much of this comes down to self-talk and affirmations, which I would recommend to anyone interested in improving their inner dialogue. Thanks for your feedback, Etienne.

Thank you for reading. Great Set of Points to be practised in day to day life. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Hope more of them on the way. Your points of thought were very thought provoking. I noticed things that I can apply in my current college career. I plan to work hard, ask a lot of questions and get as much information out of each experience. I am an educator in Vermont in the USA and was wondering if I may use your article in a training presentation for special educators please?

Looking forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, Nancy. I find this article to very useful, and helpful. I think you did a terrific job with all that was said. Great job. I loved It….. This is brilliant! I am doing a presentation about self belief and confidence on Friday which I believe are totally linked to growth and fixed mindset. Can I quote these in a small booklet I am producing for the attendees I will of course reference you!! Really very helpful information.

This article had some very useful information. Definitely picked up on some strategies. I want to write a thesis on effect of mindset on the academic performance of students with hearing impairment. I am from plateau state Nigeria. I have a 5-year-old who absolutely has a fixed mindset. In the jigsaw puzzle example, I definitely recognized him in the group that wanted to do the same puzzle over and over.

How can I get him to be more open to growth? Hi Heather, thanks for your comment! This information is really amazing to me,because I would be speaking to young teenagers graduating from high school about this. Really excellent, till now I am a fixed mindset person, your column will definitely make me growth mind set person. Thanks for this.. Thanks again. An inspiration gives you million reasons to live in the dark moments when you feel at the lowest.

Excellent article. I would like to get permission to share this article in a workshop I am facilitating. How do I find you? I have been trying hard Saga! Hi Saga! And your article is the one that made the more sense. I even mentioned you in my latest article check out the link above. A very well written article Saga. I found the quote at first paragraph is so interesting, effort means we are not smart and talented. May be I am not talented for this! A student with a fixed mindset will reject learning if it means not failing!! Spot on, great read. Generally , in life we tend too leave aside the imperfect side to strengthen more on our winning traits.

The imperfect side can lead to an imbalance in the long term. That was a very interesting article a great way to help you with the way you say things and how you put things in together to help you think about what you do and say about things loved it. I loved this article. We just have to keep going until we get there.

Because like you said earlier keep on going, you will eventually reach the finish line. This article has inspired me to put in more effort into my learning skills. I am a mother and grandmother, your information is going to help me effect three generations in my family for that i thank you and look forward to more from you. Also thank you Open College for providing Saga with a platform to reach as many people that she has.

It makes perfect since to me the logic behind growth mindset. As well as how a simple word like yet, predetermins the mind frame you end up with. The fixedmindset is a shallow mindset the youth should be thought that instead of tested. To broaden there outlook and not short stop there capabilities. So I know I have to learn about my self before I can work with others.

I find this to be very helpful. Hello, rerouting in my life has been hard, this tool has helped me today with moving forward, when life throws curve balls. The growth mindset is great for neurotypicals. I see this article as a great tool for any person. This can be utilized at a younger age to Foster growth. You can also revisit it at an older age if you are looking for motivation to better yourself. These are very familiar points I share with my team on a regular basis, I look forward to sharing this them.

It can be right or wrong either ways it helps your mind grow! This made me open my eyes. Taking on line classes is a big step for me, and I have been scared since I signed up. Thank you for this. Thank you for your article , could help for every person. Great article! Thank you so much for the break through it almost affect my self-confidence to make a decision and to talk in public it has been a problem for me.

But using 25 keys to develop mindset will transform myself being. I will love to see more of this, Many xxxx. This article is great! I am trying to help my team members at work understand that if your make changes, you can do better. We never do the same thing every day. Growth Mindset in everyone will definitely help! This a great piece of work! Stagnant minds are just like stagnant water they eventually become polluted. Thank you very much for the nice overview, information like this is hard to find on the web.

I am glad to be here and please keep giving your update. It inspired me to do more no matter what happens because its good to fail, to give you the momentum to keep trying. When I read it was like writing a book about myself in school and how I have a different learning style and always seemed to fail.

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In this interaction, moreover, the baby is developing both expectations for what this adult is like—safe, positive, responsive—and skills for social interaction such as turn taking. You've invested blood, sweat, and sometimes tears in your work; it can be extremely difficult when someone else comes in and tears down what you've built. Your self-reflection and what others have shared will help you to be more in tune with what you're feeling. When they inferred that the problem was with their ability, they turned to their mother for help; when they inferred that the toy was broken, they reached for another one. Delays in language is the most frequent type of developmental delay.

Teachers could not help, me because of the way I lean. So thank you!!!! I must say that post is great for new user like me who want to learn something about education portal. Thank you so much for the article. This online education is new to me and I definitely am going to try these techniques to help me along the way. It really opened my eyes. Very interesting and informative. It help put things into perspective for this course. It provides a wide range of ideas to use when writing or taking test. This is really fantastic.

Its a real brain food for thought needed in updating thinking capabilities and executing. For so long education has started loosing its function for a sustainable human development support. With the access to a brain updating software you crafted, it is a gear heading to turning impossibles into possibilities and productions. Thanks very much for your efforts to educate the world on learning how to learn effectively. It not only breaks down the way a learning thinks but emphasises on the way a learner can be blocked by not applying these learning is when these learning strategies are not applied.

I enjoyed reading this article ,and I will apply it daily in my learning development. I enjoyed reading your article. It has given me great insight towards how I am going to approach learning new ideas and new material as I continue to learn new things. The 25 ways to Develop a Growth Mindset really influenced me to not just attend college but to also learn more and develop more ability to learn in the process. I will apply this to my college career. Wonderful article. My attention was locked in from the first paragraph. However, the amount of typos were breaking my focus and taking away the full potential this information could give.

I have lived by the growth. Learning much of my life. I like putting it into a concrete step. I have lived and learned all my life. To be successful is to not have the mindset that everything is hard and you cannot succeed. But having the growth mindset is also challenging because you may score low and say you scored high just to impress your integrity. Its best to be truthful and live and learn. This article was dead on for me personally! I really enjoyed reading the 25 ways to Develop Growth Mindset. It really opened my eyes to how I think about certain things when trying to achieve a task.

Thank you for the insight really good read. The article was great.. I like how it caught my eye and made me realize things.. Its was nice though. I truly enjoyed reading this article. I do feel I have my eyes open to a new way of thinking. Hello Saga, Thank you so much for braking down different ways to have a growth mindset.

I think I will make a copy and read them daily. So that i can keep in mind the different ways to think things through. I learn a lot about myself. One thing I learned, I got to work toward changing my mindset from fix to growth. I feel with my journey with my continued education I will. Thank you for the article. It made me realize that I portray the majority of them; while sitting at a standstill in certain aspects of my life.

A real eye-opener. What a good message. This really gives you an outlook on how your mind really thinks and works. I believe everyone has the tendency to have a fixed mind set but these are some great points to get yourself out of thinking that way. Hi Erika: My name is Joan Bennett. I believe 25 ways to develope a Critical mind set are key elements to learning adaptive thinking.

Realizing that there are certain things will challenge me. Learning not to think negative about the challenge but embrace the idea that I have not Mastered it yet. This will lead me to develope different patterns for success. Critical Thinking is a good practice for improved outcomes. The brain is a muscle. To keep it active will exercise it. Just as I go to the gym for exercise and strengthening of my skeletal muscles; I need to have a toned brain as well. One thing I learned is to be honest with myself.

Take criticism ,ask for help. Try to find a better solution to solve the problem. Have a open mind. Thank for the information. I really enjoyed reading 25 ways to develop a growth mindset. This article helped me learn to except my imperfections. Do not seek peoples approval for things. When some one makes a mistake learn from their mistake.

When I accomplish a task make sure I immediately start another one to accomplish.

Hello Saga: Your article was inspiring and speaks to the inner parts of my core beliefs. A great mindset to overcome all odds is easy sometimes hard but when you think outside the bubble than i believe than anything can be possible. For fact i myself have troubles in believing myself that i can achieve success , tho here i am today proving myself that i can do this so these 25 steps are very great tools that comes very handy and i will be using these step fr the rest of my life.

I love what you have placed out there for us to review and take charge on what our minds are capable of doing. I have never had the opportunity to begin my expansion of my growing mind set until I joined Ashford University. The quote: The brain is like a muscle that needs to be worked out like the body. I love that quote. I will place that on my background screen. Thank you Ms. Saga Briggs, keep the news coming. I would like to thank you for allowing a person with a desire,passion,and sad to say very low self esteem just being able to view a fraction of what the human mind can accomplish with the right mindset has improved my desire to want more out of life in particular brain plasticy just because the brain is,nt fixed the mind should,nt be either because of your findings I Marcus Edwards has learned so i,m obligated to bend the knee?

This article was very inspiring to me. Thank you for the great resource. I believe that our mind set and how we use our speaking really does effect what path we are on. I have been learning how to grow myself the last three years and this article spoke very clear to me! The 25 ways to develope a growth mindset is a great tool that I will use for myself and share with own children and my students!

I enjoyed it very much, Thank you Saga!! This information provided was very useful and helpful. It really is an eye opener for me and i enjoy reading this. Learn to Learn has really made a impact on my mindset. After reading that I learn that there is always room for growth. I found a few new ways to help maintain my growth mindset. I also learned the ways I have a growth mindset. Changing words to give me and those I plan to use this on will provide the confidence we just may need to do better, to build or provide in us a positive mind set to encourage us to want to do better in everything we do.

Having a positive attitude and knowing the person sitting next to you is much smarter then you will no longer be intimidating. Their strength may not be yours but yours may not be theirs. Excited to put some of these changes into affect. Very informative. I love reading about mindset. Helped me to learn that its always room for growth.

Self confidence is an important thing for one to respect oneself and then others. It is an essential part for the growth of a person. I really enjoyed reading all about growth mindset. I was able to understand who I am as an individual based on my mindset. You have many good key points in this passage. Thanks for the great information. I really plan to use this information during my school as well. I truly enjoyed reading this article because I could see a lot about myself as I read the verbiage in some of the numbered sentences from 1 through Thank you first off for making this list, It most definitely would be a great fit for the staff that I work with for the type of kids that we service on a day to day basis.

Great list! Your tips are well organized and explained.

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I love how you broke them down and I feel everyone has experienced or is going to experience challenges. Having a positive mind changes the outlook on a lot in life. Saga, excellent feed. I will share with my team in our next departmental meeting. This was very informative. It made me realize how much our own minds control more of our lives and how we live them by just our thinking. Once you know better, you do better. Knowing and not doing is the same as not knowing.

I am very thankful for the knowledge. I will be posting this on my wall as a reminder to myself everyday. Greetings Saga, After reading your 25 suggestions how we can grow our mindsets….. I am ready than ever to effectively look for opportunities to stimulate growth for mine! Thank you and happy growing everyone! This has helped me understand things a little bit better. Great food for thought!

I really enjoyed reading this article. It has giving me a totally different mindset. Thank you for this article so very much and thank you Carol Dweck!! Thank you for a very interesting article, appreciate the simplicity but yet powerful points of views. Hello Saga, This information is really helpful. Thanks for advice.

Definitely has made me realize things in a different way. But in a good way. Awesome job. Thanks for the advice. This article definitely opens up your mind and makes you want to strive for greatness. I totally agree with you. I really enjoyed this article, it is a self expression on life, we must teach all that if we love first and trust ourselves then all will be encouraged to want more in life.

I thought this article was very helpful in many ways. This was a helpful article. There were several things listed here that I will try and be more conscience of, like putting effort befor talent. Thank you for providing such a valuable article that really resonates with me. As a hard critic of my goals and achievements, these will help me to enjoy the process. I enjoyed gaining great word from you. I have a real desire to change. I learned that i need to adjust the way I think alittle more. Number 25 is the one that caught my attention the most. Take ownership in your attitude.

I feel like I am starting to do that more. Really great article. Thank for sharing this article. Especially the ways to development your mindset. Implanting this number 22 will always keep my brain learning.

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Hello Ms. This is something that needs to be applied in all aspects of life. Thank you for giving me the reassurance that I need. I must say that I now have a more advance and refined outlook on the importance of having a growth mindset continuous learning over a fixed mindset no motivation to grow or learn , The 25 very simple but powerful points of emphasis is a list that I look forward to drawing from often moving forward in life. Thanks greatly. John Watson. This gave me a much better outlook on pursuing my degree. I have to admit I was a little reluctant but now I feel strongly about graduating.

Thank you so much for sharing the article. I think setting realistic objectives is a key to growth. Thank you for this insight. My goal is to learn how to put my words into professional english. Learning how my mindset growth actually works will allow me to sore to the highest of highs. Be confident and secure in my work performances. It put right on track to better my skills for my new career I am pursuing by returning to College at Ashford University.

I leave a lot from the 25 ways to develop a growth mindset. It amazes me how the growth of the mindset works. It has made me realize how important i may see things in life differently than before. Like challenges as opportunities a growth mindset, means relishing opportunities. Very good advise and things to consider as you navigate life. Thank you so much this is very inspiring and so true. I have done some of these things not realizing it and stopping myself from moving forward in life on the right path.

I sure can use this as something to guide me as I move forward. Thanks this was very helpful an inspiring. I made a copy to share with the children at work. This will be a good life skill lesson. That I can do with the teenagers to see what they thoughts are about this after they read it. Hey saga thank you so much for helping me to learn the difference between failure and how you can make it really inspired me to move on further when things feeling like it is to much again thank you.

Thank you so much about your advice about the mind set cause I really did enjoy the whole article it will help m stay mind strong and keep a clear thought while I am in college and I will always keep notes on thing that will helpo me better my education now thank you so much.

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I work with people who some are baby boomers. It can be difficult at times to get them to adapt to change. I believe that it is important that we remain teachable and able to adapt to change if we are going to be successful people and be the change we want to see. Thank you so much. It helped my mind set into the right place. Glad to no that I do not have one of those fixed minds also.

We always need to have our minds set on learning. This will help better my education on my end. Thanks a lot. I really likes how simply you just described the issues and more importantly how you gave us the Solutions too. How brilliantly written. I admire how you can alter ones mindset by these simple phrases. Meenu Nandwana. What a great way to start my new learning path! I have been away from school a long time, and reading this article is a great way to refresh my mind for the journey ahead!

Thank you!! If you are a human, do not fill in this field. Acknowledge and embrace imperfections. View challenges as opportunities. Try different learning tactics. Follow the research on brain plasticity. Stop seeking approval. When you prioritise approval over learning, you sacrifice your own potential for growth. Value the process over the end result. Cultivate a sense of purpose.

Celebrate growth with others. Emphasise growth over speed. Reward actions, not traits. Portray criticism as positive. Dissassociate improvement from failure. Provide regular opportunities for reflection. Let students reflect on their learning at least once a day. Place effort before talent. Hard work should always be rewarded before inherent skill. Cultivate grit. Abandon the image. Make a new goal for every goal accomplished. Take risks in the company of others. Think realistically about time and effort.

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Kimberly Reece says:. November 4 at am. Christopher Barwick says:. November 5 at am. November 6 at am. And finally, hire curious people. Technology is disrupting every industry and area of life, and work is no exception. One of the main career implications of the digital revolution is a shift in demand for human expertise. What you know is less relevant than what you may learn, and knowing the answer to questions is less critical than having the ability to ask the right questions in the first place.

Unsurprisingly, employers such as Google, American Express, and Bridgewater Associates make learning an integral part of their talent management systems. Reward continuous learning. Sadly, even when managers understand the importance of learning — at least in theory — they are often more interested in boosting short-term results and performance, which can be an enemy of learning.

By definition, performance is highest when we are not learning. Equally, it is hard for employees to find the necessary time and space to learn when they are asked to maximize results, efficiency, and productivity. A report by Bersin found that among the more than organizations studied, the average employee had only 24 minutes a week for formal learning. This is particularly important if you want your team to produce something innovative.

Give meaningful and constructive feedback. However, it is hard to improve on anything when you are unaware of your limitations, fully satisfied with your potential, or unjustifiably pleased with yourself. Note that people are generally unaware of their ignorance and limitations, especially when they are not very competent, so guidance and feedback from others is critical to helping them improve. However, negative feedback must be provided in a constructive and delicate way — it is a true art — as people are generally less receptive of it than of praise and appreciation, especially in individualistic aka narcissistic cultures.