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Unpacking Mindset: What Mindset Is, What It’s Not & 5 Ways to Shift It

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Unpacking Mindset: What Mindset Is, What It’s Not & How 5 Ways to Shift It

In the never-ending search for wellness solutions, we’ve forgotten something monumental: mindset.

In this must-listen episode, we’ll unpack mindset: what it is, what it’s not, and 5 keys ways to shift it.

Because mindset matters when it comes to change, growth, and busting out of old patterns that have you feeling stuck. Let’s dive in!

Resources

Take the Quiz! Wellness Personality Quiz

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck

Carol Dweck’s Mindset TED Talk

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5 Ways to Begin Shifting Mindset

1 | Know that mindset matters, and that you are not the problem. Consider that you may just have some thought patterns that aren’t serving you

2 | Know what mindset is not: not the thought, not controlling the thought, not choosing an emotion or feeling, not manifesting. Mindset is simply a different tool in the toolbox.

3 | Shine the light: Bring awareness + start noticing thought patterns.

4 | Start thinking about the thought pattern feedback loop: how they affect mood, how you act, the decisions you make, and the results you get.

5 | Open the door to the possibility of changing those engrained patterns, which will change how you process information, and eventually change your brain.

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  • TJ

    Great podcast! Loved and resonated with reference to Carol Dweck’s "Mindset". I can see value in sharing this with my teenagers.

    • Robyn Downs

      TJ, so happy this one resonated. Yes, "not yet" is such a great message to share with teenagers! Thanks for being part of the community. 🙂

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