Can we find a way to feel less fear in the midst of massive uncertainty?
How do we still be a role model to others when we have so much of our own doubt about what will happen next, what kind of instability awaits us?
When uncertainty and insecurity increase, these are signs that things we have turned to for stability are ending. This may seem like everything is crashing and collapsing around us.
When old possibilities are no longer possible, it also means that all NEW possibilities are now here for us to explore.
If there was ever a time to start thinking of new ideas for creating an income, building relationships, taking steps to create something new with less, now is that time.
In this video, I share a three step process to build new neural circuits that can help us override our fear of doing new and challenging things.
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"Hello Stefanie, I just wish to say a huge "Thank you" for your video and knowledge. I have watched this every week and it has pushed me to code and develop my first computer game. If it wasn't for your advice, I may have not have had the belief that I could use a Growth Mindset to my advantage. Thank you again."
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I enjoyed the way you drew up the malleability of the brain. I have been sharing it with my personal training clients.
I've simply loved it. You've explained it brilliantly. Thank you so much.
Brilliant video, this will really help me with my students! Thank you Stefanie!
Really simplistic and easy to understand video. The x------x diagram is a killer.
it is the best video I found so far to explain in a simple way to students of 10/11 years old how the brain works and how they can gain a growth mindset.
Thank you so much, Stefanie! Amazing explanations, visuals and exercises !!! I will definitely use these myself and in my teaching!
Very helpful and persuasive!! I am introducing Dweck's Mindsets to my son, a college freshman in mechanical engineering. He is sciency and tends to dismiss anything I say about the power of positive thinking; I will show him this!
Super explanation. Thank you for being so clear and brief. Very succinct and helpful!
Great video--easy to get message across in a powerful way. Thank you for this tool.
Concise and easy to understand. Thanks so much!