A mindset is a series of self-perceptions or beliefs you hold about yourself. These determine behaviour, outlook and mental attitude.
Anyone can change a Fixed Mindset to Growth Mindset, thanks to Neuroplasticity  – the brain ability to modify, change and adapt both structure and function throughout life.

Growth Mindset
A growth mindset is a belief that intelligence and talents can be improved through effort and actions.

Limiting beliefs and negative self-perceptions hinder the ability to obtain a growth mindset.

I have 15 years experience in facilitating clients to discover the origins of any limiting beliefs. My knowledge and understanding of neuroscience will assist you to build a growth mindset. Which will improve your confidence, motivation, innovation and productivity.

Advances in neuroscience have proven that the brain is far more malleable than once thought. Research on brain plasticity has proven how connectivity between neurons can change. With practice, neural networks can grow new connections and strengthen helpful existing ones. These neuroscientific discoveries evidence that we can increase our neural growth through mental training.

Athletes who believe their talents can be developed (through hard work, good strategies, and input from others) have a growth mindset. They are inclined to achieve more than those with a fixed mindset (those who believe their talents and athletic performance are a natural gift). This is because they put more energy into self-awareness and learning.

A growth mindset also acknowledges that mistakes are a necessary part of the learning and allows them to ‘bounce back’ by increasing motivation to perform better.

This kind of mindset sees ‘mishaps ’ as passing experiences and changeable, and as such, a growth mindset is paramount for resilience, motivation, and performance.

A growth mindset is also linked to error correction and associated with a lower activation in response to negative feedback.