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Ten Tips For A Dynamic Mindset

By Jess Bellingham

September 21, 2021

dynamic mindset, empowerment, exercises, habits, Mindset

Take a look at my top ten tips for keeping a dynamic mindset!

1) View challenges as opportunities - they are a chance to learn, grow and level up.

2) When you start thinking, "I can't do this" or "this is too hard", brainstorm ideas instead and think, "what strategies can I try?" or "it might take time to figure out." The aim is to switch your mindset from accepting defeat to problem-solving.

3) Don't be afraid to use visual reminders! Cover your walls in inspiration, images and posters that feature words and phrases associated with triumph and overcoming challenges.

4) Read up on brain plasticity. Your brain is not fixed!

5) Never use the word failure. Use the word learning instead.

6) Look back on times you may have faced challenges and think about what you learned. Your darkest times are also when you used your greatest strengths!

7) Remember that effort is just as important and powerful as talent.

8) Always find time to reflect. What did you learn from your latest challenge? How have you grown? Do your goals still align with your values and what you want out of life? Are they still going to help you achieve the feelings you are looking for in life? Nothing is ever set in stone!

9) Don't focus on the result, learn to enjoy the journey.

10) Do you spend time cultivating your sense of purpose? Purpose is the key ingredient to success and happiness.

Jess Bellingham

As well as being a qualified NLP practitioner, Jess has a rich background in marketing and writing. Having written for other people throughout her career, she is definitely loving being able to finally write and create for herself. Her work mainly consists of researching and trying out everything and anything to do with personal development and helping guide others through this sometimes daunting and confusing space. Her downtime (when she isn't being an adrenaline junkie) usually consists of shinrin-yoku, reading a ludicrous amount of books, working on her many secret novels, harassing her cats, watching 80's & 90's movies and raging at her consoles. When she isn't a potato, she can sometimes be seen outdoors (normally hiking, galavanting on beaches or skulking in the woods).

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