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Growth Mindset

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A growth mindset is the belief that skills and intelligence can be developed through hard work, dedication, and feedback. Adopting a growth mindset can lead to greater perseverance, resilience, and ultimately, success. This worksheet will help you develop and strengthen your growth mindset, leading to more positive outcomes in your business.


Reflect on each statement below.
Indicate whether you 'Agree' or 'Disagree' with each statement.
Use the reflection prompts to delve deeper into your mindset.
Statement 1: I believe that I can learn anything if I dedicate enough time and effort.
Reflection: Think of a time you mastered a new skill. How did it make you feel? What steps did you take to achieve that?
Statement 2: When I fail, it doesn't mean I'm not smart or skilled; it means I need to approach the problem in a different way.
Reflection: Reflect on a recent setback. What did you learn from it? How can you use this experience to grow?
Statement 3: Feedback, even if it's negative, helps me grow.
Reflection: Consider the last piece of feedback you received. How did you act on it? What positive changes emerged from it?
Statement 4: I'm inspired by the success of others and believe I can learn from them.
Reflection: Who inspires you? What traits or actions of theirs would you like to emulate?
Statement 5: Challenges are opportunities to grow.
Reflection: Think about a recent challenge you overcame. What skills or knowledge did you gain from it?
Statement 6: I believe in the power of yet - if I can't do something now, it doesn't mean I'll never be able to do it.
Reflection: Is there something you once believed you couldn't do but can now? What changed?
Final Reflection:
Jot down three actions you will take this month to strengthen your growth mindset.

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