San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
About the class
• Are people’s basic qualities like intelligence, personality and creativity fixed at birth?
• Is having to put in lots of effort over a long period of time a sign of failure – or success?
• Can changing your mindset about your abilities shape your entire life?
Growth mindset is a surprising concept discovered by Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck after decades of research on achievement and success. In what she calls a fixed mindset, people believe their basic qualities are fixed traits. They also believe that talent alone creates success—without effort. They’re wrong. In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment. This workshop will explore the two mindsets in detail then we’ll take time to help you choose your own mindset to enable your maximum success.
• Welcome (5 min)
• What is the fixed mindset? (20 min)
• What is the growth mindset? (20 min)
• Changing your mindset (20 min)
• Breakout exercises (15 min)
• Session Feedback and Q&A (10 min)
This workshop will start with a PowerPoint presentation of the findings related to the mindsets, then we’ll move into individual work to examine your own mindset and change it if you want!
About Matt Rampe
Matt Rampe gets people unstuck. He helps groups and individual clients reach their most important goals. Matt’s coaching toolkit is based on the latest scientific research in the areas of success, motivation and well-being. Previously, Matt has worked as an accredited business valuation expert for venture-backed companies. Matt has served on the board of various non-profits and is active in social change. He lives in Michigan with his wife and twin boys. Learn more at mattrampe.com.
Refund Policy: If you cannot attend, please email us at least 1 day before the scheduled class. No refunds will be given if we have less than a 24 hour notice.
If you “bought” a free ticket and cannot attend, please send us a note too, so that we can release your ticket to the next person on the waiting list.
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