Flexible Vs. Fixed Mindset Worksheet

One’s specific mental processing/mindset defines the respective approach toward life. Scientists declare that people with flexible mindsets (also known as growth mindsets) generally find things workable, progressive, and effortful. However, the fixed mindset reflects the idea that the nature of human attributes is static, and with effort, nothing can change. 

What Are the Theories Behind This Worksheet?

Mindset theory proposed by Carol S. Dweck holds an idea about people’s beliefs in attributes as changeable or unchangeable with time and effort. She named them as flexible/growth mindset and fixed mindset. 

How Will This Worksheet Help you?

This worksheet will enable people to identify the preferred mindset one is holding. Often, they do not know how they take things, and their approach unconsciously defines behavior. For instance, in a fixed approach, one feels that there is no space for change or growth, the effort is useless, and one experiences problematic outcomes. 

How Should You Use This Worksheet?

This worksheet is helpful for everyone: teachers, students, and the common public in finding their preferred mindset and being progressive in life. 

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