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In the video below Prof Tim Noakes superb TED Talk explains the importance of the right Mindset (and of getting the right coach) if you want to achieve anything.
He explains how Roger Bannister became the first person in history to break the four minute mile even though there were better athletes around at the time.
Often we’d like to achieve something via the work we do, but most think of that as a pipe dream. If you are dissatisfied with your job at the moment it may well be down to the way you are thinking about it. However, if you hate it and want to find a new job or career – one that you’d be excited about every morning, that would give you a sense of fulfillment and purpose, read my f.ree eBook ‘Do You Hate Your Job?‘ before you do anything else.
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If you want to enjoy your work more or possibly change what you do presently to something more satisfying and fulfilling, then you must start by shifting your Mindset.
If you needed any more compelling evidence for the power of Mindset watch this brilliant TED Talk by Eduardo Briceno who says: “If we’re to fulfill our potential we must think differently.”
- Fixed Mindset people worry about how they are being judged.
- Growth oriented Mindset people simply value the opportunity to learn.
- Fixed Mindset people see effort as a bad thing.
- Growth oriented Mindset people see effort as what makes us smart and able to grow.
- Fixed Mindset people see setbacks as evidence they are incapable.
- Growth oriented Mindset people view setbacks as obstacles to be overcome.
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