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How can you relate this growth mindset, "yet" mindset into your personal well-being? How can you relate the "tiny habits" and the growth mindset, to make positive personal growth? The first step to change is knowing and understanding yourself, so I ask you to be mindful of your own words. Notice your self-talk. Do you tell yourself phrases such as: This is too hard. My friend can just do it. I made a mistake? OR, do you tell yourself phrases such as: This may take some time. I will learn this from a friend. Mistakes help me to learn?
I urge you to go one step farther. How do you use words in your organization? As a parent, leader and/or a teacher? Do you limit your children, employees, students, etc., by creating an environment where mistakes are bad, OR do you empower your children, employees, students, etc., by creating an environment where mistakes are looked at as learning experiences? Lastly, can you improve your personal self-talk? And, can you improve the environment in which you lead children, employees, students, etc.? I enjoy creating an environment where mistakes are learning experiences, because, it is how we grow personally and professionally. I believe it empowers my clients, myself, my hubby, and our little one to be the best we all can be. The result of a mistake is not yelling and punishment, rather, what we learn from it, and how can we prevent it from happening again. Using a scary word to some, how can we change it the next time, to make it better and more successful.
Self-talk is something that I discuss with most of my wellness coaching clients, because, believe it or not, many people who seek coaching, have poor self-images on some level - maybe they aren't good at cooking (instead of willing to learn how to cook and eat a variety of foods), maybe they don't have the body shape as all of their friends (instead of loving themselves for who they are), or maybe they aren't morning people (instead of learning to become a morning person so that they can get their work-out in at a time where nothing else will interfere with it).
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