UP Growth vs Fixed Mindset Overcome Your Fix Mindset to Grow as a Person DiscussionSchool

UP Growth vs Fixed Mindset Overcome Your Fix Mindset to Grow as a Person DiscussionSchool

  

UP Growth vs Fixed Mindset Overcome Your Fix Mindset to Grow as a Person DiscussionSchool

University of Phoenix I

Question Description

Link to the video available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7u6UwtmGyE

Be sure that your responses are adequately thorough and detailed. Some of the answers may just be fill-in the blank while others clearly require more detail and full sentences. It might be helpful to take notes while watching the video in order to appropriately answer the questions below. Keep in mind that the questions are asked in order of the video’s progression, making it easier to identify the answer.

Most of the answers to the questions below come directly from the video. There are a few questions which are considered “Personal Reflection” questions and are thus indicated as such in parentheses to avoid any confusion.

Questions

1.How does the video define the fixed and growth mindsets?

2.Describe and explain the first way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

3.Indicate a time when you faced an important challenge with a fixed mindset. What were your thoughts and worries – about your abilities? About other people’s judgments? About the possibility of failure? (Personal Reflection)

4.Describe and explain the second way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

5.How have you let the fear of other people’s judgments interfere with your ability to grow, learn, and succeed? (Personal Reflection)

6.Describe and explain the third way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

7.Do you get more excited by the process of learning and growing or the destination/outcome of it? Please elaborate. (Personal Reflection)

8.Describe and explain the fourth way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

9.Describe and explain the fifth way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

10.Do you struggle to cultivate patience with yourself when it comes to the learning and growing process (including effort, mistakes, setbacks, etc.)? Please elaborate. (Personal Reflection)

11.When do you feel smart? When you’re doing something flawlessly or when you’re learning something new? (Personal Reflection)

12.How can you make striving, stretching, and struggling into something that makes you feel smart and confident? (Personal Reflection)?

13.Describe and explain the sixth way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

14.How do you handle failure and setbacks? Do you let them stifle you or motivate you to continue to learn and grow? Has the way you handle failure and setbacks changed over time? (Personal Reflection)

15.Do you use feeling bad as a reason for doing nothing? When you feel disappointed, thwarted, cheated, or depressed, do you use this as a reason to stop trying? Please elaborate. (Personal Reflection)

16.Describe and explain the seventh way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

17.Describe and explain the eighth way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

18.How do you tend to respond to constructive criticism? Are there times you take it personally? How does taking it personally stand in your way? (Personal Reflection)

19.Describe the ninth way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

20.What is the definition of grit according to Angela Duckworth?

21.What are the two components of grit explained in the video?

22.Describe a time in your life when you have had grit and a time in your life when you lacked grit. What would it be like to cultivate more grit in your life? (Personal Reflection)

23.Describe and explain the tenth way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

24.Describe and explain the eleventh way to develop a growth mindset according to the video.

25.How can you apply the teachings of the growth mindset in your life and what would be the benefit of doing so? (Personal Reflection)

  
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