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48 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!


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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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0 comments to " 48 Unpacking Mindset: What Mindset Is, What It’s Not & 5 Ways to Shift It "

  • 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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