Being talented and successful doesn’t mean doing everything perfectly; it means believing that your intelligence and personality have the ability to change and grow! THE TEENS’ GROWTH MINDSET WORKBOOK inspires that belief with interactive exercises and bite-sized advice written for all who hope for growth in any area. Learn to feel confident, bounce back from tough breaks, and take on new adventures with a growth mindset.
Whenever we speak up and feel heard we tend to open opportunities to learn from and support one another. It takes diverse circles to build a growth mindset across differences though. That’s if you expect tangible benefits to follow. If our circles fail to open safe possibility places for diverse… Read more »
What mental triggers boost our brain’s capacity and unleash personal potential? And what hacks will help? We asked this two-footed question to grow our Rotary club, and the probe launched delightful directions and added awesome new members along the way. How so? We wondered what would happen if we collaborated… Read more »
Here’s hoping that your 2019 is filled with grace, happiness and wonder! It’s true that despair and difficulty is rampant but delightfully, so is hope, love, joy and genuine care from people who model ways to remain resilient and well. YOUR TURN! Join our Brain Based Circles! Would love to… Read more »
Middle school suicide peaks to an all-time high as depression worsen especially for teen girls! Even caring parents question why teens who appear to have everything, suddenly end their own lives. Yet when teens focus on healthy minds, they also switch on their growth mindset, for new possibilities beyond past… Read more »
It’s an awesome moment at the Mita International Brain Center, one that allows us to give possibilities to people who often lack access to life-changing opportunities! This morning I awoke to a surprising, grace-filled and generous gift of fund started in Robyn’s name by Sherri Tyler – Literary Sherri and… Read more »
Learning styles (or personality preferences) and multiple intelligence are vastly different, and their terms are far from interchangeable. It’s also true that both can work together for growth mindset outcomes! It’s stated erroneously at times that they are the same thing, yet reliability tests show that learning styles have yet… Read more »