Having a growth mindset that's focused on mastery, will lead to a life of more success and happiness.
Here are 3 habits you can develop to master your mindset and continue your journey of lifelong growth.
“The one thing that you have that nobody has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.” - Neil Gaiman
The first step in growth is awareness.
6 Measures of Mindset Mastery
Goal: to assess and reflect on your perceived levels of satisfaction with the different domains of your psychology and mental health.
Directions: On a scale from 1-10, rate yourself on your perceived level of satisfaction in each domain. 10 being the highest level of satisfaction and 1 being the lowest.
You can highlight, circle, or fill in your score whichever way works best for you and come back to your scores every 3 months to re-evaluate your progress.
What is your biggest desire in life?
If not, then you’re making a huge mistake.
Because our main human drive is to seek personal freedom...and the alternative is a trapped life.
Where you feel like you can’t get ahead, always working, making no progress, and never satisfied.
But when you’re free, you have the luxury to live life on your own terms. In ALL areas of life!
Let me explain. Here’s how I see personal freedom:
“To sustain the behaviors that helped you reach a goal, think about the achievement as a journey rather than a destination.” - Patrick J. Kiger
What’s the key to maintaining positive habits?
There are multiple ways to develop habits, but research has shown the power comes from reflecting on the journey while working towards your goals.
First, you need to set a goal. Let's assume you have one.
From there, you work hard to achieve that goal. Let's assume you accomplished that...
What can we do to develop mastery of our growth mindset?
In this blog, we’ll cover three key habits and advanced strategies you need to adopt if you want to master your growth mindset and belief about yourself that says, “I can learn and grow. My abilities are not limited to what they are currently and I know I can get better.”
We get to make new decisions about how our thoughts are shaped and how we treat ourselves and other people each day.
We get to decide...
High Performance is about long-term success.
People who are high performers are happier, less stressed, and more successful than their peers over the long-term. That’s just the way that it is!
But being successful doesn’t mean you’re accomplishing a bunch of goals in life, especially if they’re aren't that fulfilling or rewarding (I think we all know enough stories about millionaires who aren’t/weren’t happy). Rather, success could also be viewed as the...
There are several mental models or frameworks when it comes to learning and mastering new skills.
In the book High-Performance Habits by Brendon Burchard, he introduces a concept called "progressive mastery" which are the 10 Steps to Mastery.
He describes it as the key to becoming world-class at any skill.
Progressive mastery isn't just about repeating a skill over and over again though. Repetition itself rarely leads to high performance.
For example, in the book "Peak" or even "The Talent...