Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 2 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Friday came out in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement that terrorism is a mindset
that misguides the youth.
In her book Changing the Way You Think to Fulfill Your Potential, Carol Dweck describes how people with a growth mindset
believe that just about all human qualities, including intellectual abilities can be developed and cultivated through effort.
Only by changing the terror mindset
can peace come to Afghanistan, India's Permanent Representative Syed Akbaruddin said on Friday during a high-level Council meeting dealing with Afghanistan.
Dweck describes such people as having a "fixed mindset
Misuse of social media by the youth is the main reason why the International Youth Fellowship (IYF) exists - to change the behaviour, mindset
, heart and instill hope among the youth through music and the Bible.
Magic: Using Scientific & Spiritual Principles to Create Your Life, by Krysti Turznik, is launching on October 19, 2017.
Bahawalpur is not a backward area because backwardness is the name of mindset
while Bahawalpur is a land of people with superior customs and mindset
it is the first city where NDU is opening its first campus," said Corps Commander Bahawalpur Lie-Gen Sher Afgan.
This article will describe in particular the structure of the new mindset
that is required in the field of business.
Morgan's underlying messages is that success could be as easy as changing your mindset
to see your business or job differently, and in turn, see the world differently--that there are seven psychological mindsets
that will unlock success for his readers.
Summary: To negotiate, you just need a learning mindset
, says Harvard Business School's Prof.
Individuals with fixed mindset
believe their qualities are carved in stone and have the urgency to prove themselves over and over whilst those with growth mindset
believe their basic qualities are things they can cultivate through their efforts and are open to accurate information about own current abilities, even if it's unflattering.
The idea of a growth mindset
originated from Stanford University psychologist Carol Dwek, who found that children are more likely to succeed if they believe that intelligence is developed through hard work and effort rather than something that was fixed at birth.