mindset


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mindset

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mind-set

(mīnd′sĕt′)
n.
1. A fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person's responses to and interpretations of situations.
2. An inclination or a habit.
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It is against the mindset that misleads our youth to inflict atrocities against innocents," Prime Minister said.
When you understand the definition of the growth mindset and the fixed mindset, then It isn't difficult to understand the importance of having one over the other.
On the other hand, campers who have a growth mindset tend to push on despite their struggle.
Lekoma said the mindset education brought more joy, peace and happiness in her life.
Through mindset, motivation, and meditation she shows them how to create a life of miracles and magic where every day feels like a day at the beach.
Hence we often see people who maintain that mindset even though they've left their employment at companies where this was the norm.
Este e o objetivo geral deste trabalho, ampliar o estudo de Konyu-Fogel (2011) e explorar o efeito do global mindset no comportamento da lideranca em uma amostra de lideres globais, de organizacoes multinacionais e nacionais que atuam na Africa, Asia, America do Sul, America do Norte, Europa e Oriente Medio.
Watch out when you start to have that mindset that you cannot change thingsA| that it is better to keep things the way they areA| that competition will never outdo you, she stressed.
As a former high school teacher and middle school principal, I saw firsthand the importance of teaching students learning mindsets and skills," said John King, senior advisor delegated the duties of deputy secretary.
Researchers have not yet fully considered the role that the teacher plays in implementing mindset interventions in classrooms, particularly in domains such as science.
With a fixed mindset, you believe you are who you are and you cannot change.