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    Great worker in a team setting, attention to detail, effective communication skills, experience with the development process, high understanding of an object-oriented programming language, and working towards a degree in computer science or software engineering. They expect that you are interested in the field they are associated with, which means you have an entrepreneurial mindset and are very goal…

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    My desire to become a Chick-fil-A Operator is multifaceted, with both personal and business/leadership related desires playing a part. My personal goals include the ability to provide a comfortable living for my wife and our future children, as well as to be a servant-leader in my household. My business goals include: collaborating with other operators and community members to build a high performance brand, executing my entrepreneurial mindset to constantly improve processes and resolve issues,…

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    compelling argument for her Scientific American audience through the use of rhetorical strategies. The first technique she employs involves strong organizational structure. To start her piece, Dweck used an anecdotal example to pull her readers’ attention and give them a previous view of how someone’s mindset could affect his life. Dweck described that, once there was “ [a] brilliant student, Jonathan sailed through grade schools. He completed his assignments easily and routinely earned ‘As.’…

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    theory about the impact of our mindsets. According to Dweck, success isn’t just spurred by people’s abilities and talents, but rather success is determined by a fixed mindset or a growth mindset. Dweck’s study suggests that abilities and talent may actually be a roadblock to success, and that it neither promotes encouragement nor self-esteem and ultimately personal achievement. It is true that the right mindset can be determinative of several factors. For example, we can encourage children to…

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    their mind, if cognitive mindset wants to grow or fixed. A fixed mindset will focus on working hard and study, under the belief of depending of their advantages they can successfully achieve or utterly fail while the growth mindset is willing to learn. In a study conducted by Carol Dweck, she states that the students with a growing mindset grades “had jumped apart pretty dramatically, and their grades continued to diverge over the next two years”. (Fixed Versus Growth Mindsets 2). The students…

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    control of every bit of my body. Learning is said by many to be important for young ones as it will help their brains grow and so they won’t fall behind. This is usually said by parents, and their children usually fall behind due to their mindset, not failed attempts in learning. A mindset is what every student has and it shows how they are gaining knowledge or intelligence in classes. Two mindsets are in place in school: a fixed mindset where students are afraid of challenges and going further…

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    Growth Mindset No one is born smart; you have to exercise your brain in order to become smart. The difference between fixed and growth mindset is that people with a fixed mindset believe you either are or aren’t good at something based on your inherent nature because it is just who you are. However, people with a growth mindset believe anyone can be good at anything because your abilities are entirely due to your actions. According to Carol Dweck these two different mindsets lead to very…

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    There many forms of attitudes that form certain mindsets, some of this mindsets can change how a person does things and perceives things. Some mindsets that can do just that are Dweck example of growth mindset and fixed mindset. According to Dweck a growth mindset is one in which “.. students believe that intelligence is fixed..” and a growth mindset is one in which one “..believe that intelligence is a potential that can be realized through learning. As a result, confronting challenges,…

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    Educational Self-Analysis Growing up I had this mindset where I believed that if I put effort into everything I did, I could accomplish anything and everything. According to Dweck in our society there are two different types of mindsets, fixed and growth mindsets, students that have a fixed mindset believe they are only limited to a little amount of knowledge while students with a growth mindset believe through effort and trying anything is possible (Dweck 1). When I was younger school was not…

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    change the situation on different types of mindsets. We can different methods however, that can range from low-cost, effortless to a fortune in addition to plethora of development needed. The hard, expensive way would be of greater success, yet in theory only; we wouldn’t know the outcome and if we were to spend lots and it doesn’t end up helping it would have been a waste. For now we can start with low-cost also simple ways, such as altering the kind of encouragement the students’ receive after…

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