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mind-set

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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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Product Leaders Forum (PLF) is India's first and only non-profit, volunteer-driven movement specially focused on product mind-set and skill-sets relevant both for companies and individuals in the product leadership journey.
As such, we need to ensure that Soldiers are trained and instilled with an expeditionary mind-set.
18) The observer must step from his or her insular mind-set into that of the target text or interlocutor.
of Rome), the terrorist mind-set exists regardless of social or religious conditions and can manifest itself in the form of terrorism at any time.
Equally as trenchant, but much more vociferous and emotional, is the mind-set of the apparent (media-led?
We've got to go out with the same mind-set and put in the same hard work.
It's vital that they first understand how to tailor their marketing messages to the evolving local mind-set in order to successfully satisfy the Chinese consumer's growing appetite for product options.
He outlined that the psychology of sustainable wealth creation had to undergo a change in the mind-set of business people enabling them to accommodate the stark set of sustainability realities and change their business models accordingly.
If a wife's mind-set is that she has a philandering husband, she receives all information as fitting into this picture.
Resistance: Identify in your company and overcome the four sources of resistance: fear, skepticism, frustration and embedded we/they mind-sets.
The physical rewards of exercise derive not just from muscular exertion but, to a surprising extent, from a person's mind-set about exercise, a new report suggests.