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The Power of belief — mindset and success | Eduardo Briceno | TEDxManhattanBeach

The Power of belief — mindset and success | Eduardo Briceno | TEDxManhattanBeach



The way we understand our intelligence and abilities deeply impacts our success. Based on social science research and real life examples, Eduardo Briceño …

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  1. Nygel Leemen

    "I can't do it yet" leaves room for making an excuse for "why?" Or "because". So my question is how is that growth mindset. excuses are like mold they pop up in the most unexpected places even when you think it's not possible.

  2. John Heather

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  3. victoria nojang

    I have been static, when I fail, I think my world has come crushing down, I lie, I do blame games, but now the message came, growth. Success and failures are not static they are a process. Now my spirit is light and I know I have to take that walk down that lane a step at a time till I get to my destination and the journey would be worthwhile.

  4. philosophical pownage

    This was one of the best talks I've heard.
    I've completed plumbing, electricity, remodeling a kitchen, tearing down and reconstructing walls all without any prior experience. it took me longer than a skilled laborer but I did a great job comparable to pros. I Did this while everyone told me to just hire a pro, that I didn't know what I was doing. this is what I did a few months ago, I have accomplished much more than just dirty jobs, but it will take forever to write. Intellectually, I graduated high school with a 2.1 GPA, yet have graduated with 2 undergrad degrees with a 3.72 and a 3.56. I will be getting my graduate degree soon.
    All I know is that with Google and YouTube there no longer is an excuse to say, "I don't know how to do that."

  5. keyvan yaghoubian

    I wasn't training tennis for 4 months , I was watching this Ted Talk, My friend text me " will you play in tomorrow tournament" and I said yes, this video made me believe in myself and I won the tournament next day for the first time in my life, believe it or no, this video is changing my life,thank you

  6. Random Guy

    Duh, this whole mindset thing just doesn't work with everyone. For example, some people have learning disorder, no matter how hard they tried they just can't do it. I have dyscalculia (yes, no one has heard of it) it means I'm almost incapable of learning maths. I can't do calculus, I have trouble reading analog clock, I have trouble reading music note, I can't really tell how far things are, and many other problems. No matter how hard I tried I'm still terrible at it.

  7. Michel Jonson

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  8. Ace Greaser

    The system wants to keep youth in a fixed mindset. They know that intelligent people are people with real power and can eventually change the system. Right now many people are behaving alike a sheep because fixed mindset people usually stay the same and don't 'break out' of the pack'. When I was young I went to Sylvan and thought I was really not as smart. When I went to high school is finally saw how retarded people were. That's when I started having a growth mindset, befriended old friends, ate differently and really just not giving a damn about what people think of me. Now in college, i'm learning more every day!

  9. Leanne McGurty

    This pulled at my heart abit. It seems to me at least, that a little competition is healthy but too much competition is quite dangerous. I want to fall for this concept but something doesn't seem quite right about it…..think I'm stumped

  10. Shay Westlake

    As an educator, I can identify students in my class as either growth or fixed mindset. I want to make the fixed mindset kids change to growth mindset. I never realized that the words I speak to them would cause that much of a change. I will change the positive feedback I give them. I hope it makes a difference that I can see before they leave my class at the end of the year. I want to teach them the essential belief sets.

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