Aim for a growth mindset, rather than comparing and contrasting

Written by Stuart Haden on November 18, 2020

Comparing and contrasting is easy, it’s natural – but it’s not always that helpful. For example when it comes to learning it can promote more of a fixed versus growth mindset. Go there, but don’t fix and fixate. It’s just another data point.

Observe, it could be a good starting point, but probably is not a good ending point. Watch your inner narrative, don’t get stuck. Then shift to adapt and adopt. Taking the best and forgetting the rest, changing course

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Lead and lag indicators help to orientate your activities

Written by Stuart Haden on November 4, 2020

Recognising your preferences and priorities is one thing. The clock is ticking, sometimes taking because there is a lead and lag effect. It might take you a while to work out that X priority is now important to you. Too late and it could be a missed or mixed opportunity.

These 4 words (preference, priority, lead and lag) are all well and good but. And it’s a big but…you have to orientate your life around these. Deliberate action at first maybe. Back

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