In order to teach growth mindset, we need to be sure it’s coming from an authentic place. It seems that much growth mindset teaching is focused on changing the attitudes of others’, rather than looking at how we internalize and model it ourselves.
The good news is that we can learn and become more authentic, and in this episodes you’ll hear processes to help you achieve this, in turn, becoming a more effective teacher and being better received.
– Concept of authenticity and its importance when teaching growth mindset
– Processes for becoming more authentic
– Importance of consistent movements and micromovents
– Equine therapy
– Biosignals and how people can detect the signals we emit
– What’s missing from growth mindset teaching
– Biofeedback that comes with being authentic