New Mindset, New Results

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Gildan Media LLC aka G&D Media, Apr 1, 2019 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
“Mind-expanding—and potentially even life-altering—advice on both a personal and business level” –Kirkus Reviews

Your Mindset impacts everything you think, say and do. Your Mindset creates hope and hopelessness, success and failure. It is the software your brain uses to create attitude, experience, and achievement. It is also the filter that builds behavior. Your Mindset causes you to blame others for failure or learn from experienc e. Your Mindset helps you make sense of everything that happens. It is the prism through which you experience life.

Research has shown those with a Results-Focused, Growth Mindset make more money and are happier than those who choose to limit themselves. Those with a fixed Mindset make excuses for setbacks instead of learning from mistakes. Your Mindset will help you build self-confidence and self-discipline. It will help you overcome any obstacle and any problem.

In New Mindset New Results, discover how:
  • TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS WITH A NEW RESULTS MINDSET
  • TO BUILD A RESULTS-FOCUSED MINDSET
  • YOUR MINDSET CHANGES YOUR BRAIN
  • GREAT LEADERS USE A RESULTS MINDSET TO ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS
  • TO DEVELOP A RESULTS MINDSET IN YOUR KIDS
 

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Contents

Why Is Mindset So Important?
The Outward Growth and Fixed Mindsets
How to Build a ResultsFocused Mindset
Framing Your ResultsFocused Mindset
How to Use MetaPatterns
Goals and Outcomes
Using Behavioral Contracts
How Mindset Changes Your Brain
How Struggle Can Create a Better Mindset
Your Mindset and Relationships
Conclusion
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Kerry L. Johnson, MBA, Ph.D. is an internationally known author and speaker who presents at least 12 programs a month to audiences from Hong Kong to Halifax, and from New Zealand to New York. Traveling 8,000 miles each week. In addition to speaking, Kerry currently writes monthly for fifteen national trade and management magazines whose editors have dubbed him "The Nation's Business Psychologist."

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