Musing: Adopting A Growth Mindset

Videos

DATE

May 26, 2023

GENRE

Business

PRODUCER

Vusi thembekwayo

DESCRIPTION

We are bombarded with political, economic, and general public debate on a daily basis. The abundance of opinions and ideas is fueled by constant media and social media posts, articles, and blogs that insist that yours, or mine, is superior to someone else's. It creates a scarcity environment in which we develop a fixed mindset - where opportunities are limited while threats seem unlimited. A fixed mindset results in feelings of desperation and frustration because the work cannot be satisfying because success does not exist. But what if we have it all wrong? What if it's not our strategies or tactics that aren't working but instead it's us? Could the problem be something that we believe? Something as simple as choosing to think differently about our own abilities as well as others? I explore these issues in this video.

SIMILAR

@2022 - GREENLIFE AFRICA

Musing: Adopting A Growth Mindset

Videos

PRODUCER

Vusi thembekwayo

GENRE

Business

DATE

May 26, 2023

ARTISTE

PRODUCER

Vusi thembekwayo

GENRE

Business

DATE

May 26, 2023

AUTHOR

GENRE

Life

READ TIME

4 Mins

DATE

Oct 19, 2023

HOST

Greenlife Tv Africa

GUEST

None

GENRE

Afro Fusion

DATE

Oct 19, 2023

DIRECTOR

CINEMATOGRAPHER

GENRE

Business

YEAR

2022

We are bombarded with political, economic, and general public debate on a daily basis. The abundance of opinions and ideas is fueled by constant media and social media posts, articles, and blogs that insist that yours, or mine, is superior to someone else's. It creates a scarcity environment in which we develop a fixed mindset - where opportunities are limited while threats seem unlimited. A fixed mindset results in feelings of desperation and frustration because the work cannot be satisfying because success does not exist. But what if we have it all wrong? What if it's not our strategies or tactics that aren't working but instead it's us? Could the problem be something that we believe? Something as simple as choosing to think differently about our own abilities as well as others? I explore these issues in this video.

DESCRIPTION

We are bombarded with political, economic, and general public debate on a daily basis. The abundance of opinions and ideas is fueled by constant media and social media posts, articles, and blogs that insist that yours, or mine, is superior to someone else's. It creates a scarcity environment in which we develop a fixed mindset - where opportunities are limited while threats seem unlimited. A fixed mindset results in feelings of desperation and frustration because the work cannot be satisfying because success does not exist. But what if we have it all wrong? What if it's not our strategies or tactics that aren't working but instead it's us? Could the problem be something that we believe? Something as simple as choosing to think differently about our own abilities as well as others? I explore these issues in this video.

DESCRIPTION

SIMILAR

@2022 - GREENLIFE AFRICA

Musing: Adopting A Growth Mindset

Videos

DESCRIPTION

We are bombarded with political, economic, and general public debate on a daily basis. The abundance of opinions and ideas is fueled by constant media and social media posts, articles, and blogs that insist that yours, or mine, is superior to someone else's. It creates a scarcity environment in which we develop a fixed mindset - where opportunities are limited while threats seem unlimited. A fixed mindset results in feelings of desperation and frustration because the work cannot be satisfying because success does not exist. But what if we have it all wrong? What if it's not our strategies or tactics that aren't working but instead it's us? Could the problem be something that we believe? Something as simple as choosing to think differently about our own abilities as well as others? I explore these issues in this video.

CONTENT

We are bombarded with political, economic, and general public debate on a daily basis. The abundance of opinions and ideas is fueled by constant media and social media posts, articles, and blogs that insist that yours, or mine, is superior to someone else's. It creates a scarcity environment in which we develop a fixed mindset - where opportunities are limited while threats seem unlimited. A fixed mindset results in feelings of desperation and frustration because the work cannot be satisfying because success does not exist. But what if we have it all wrong? What if it's not our strategies or tactics that aren't working but instead it's us? Could the problem be something that we believe? Something as simple as choosing to think differently about our own abilities as well as others? I explore these issues in this video.

SIMILAR

@2022 - GREENLIFE AFRICA