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15 different types of mindsets!

Knowing what type of mindset you have can help you take the necessary steps to improve yourself and achieve your goals.

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Your mindset is the most powerful thing in this world, it can either make you or break you. Successful people across several fields have one thing in common - a strong mindset that focuses on growth, smart work, and accomplishing goals. You can't win at anything if you've already lost the battle in your mind.

Most people fit into a small number of mindsets, you could have either one or a combination of two or more. Here are the 15 different types of mindsets -

  • The Social Mindset - They love to hang around people, make new friends, and just explore new cultures and ways of life. They long to spend time with their friends and find happiness in talking to others.

  • The Growth Mindset - They have the desire and drive to grow and are always improving themselves. They love challenging themselves and constantly being better than they were yesterday.

  • The Fear Mindset - They let fear get the best of them and are unable to use their time to the best of their ability. They fear something could go wrong and avoid any sort of thrill or experience.

  • The Lazy Mindset - People with the lazy mindset have no discipline or desire to get off the couch and do something productive. They risk their health and waste their time behind short-term happiness.

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  • The Envy Mindset - They're jealous of others who are perhaps doing better than them. They could be jealous of someone's success, healthy relationship, job, wealth, body, looks, etc.

  • The Business Mindset - They have a passion for entrepreneurship and love to provide a service to people while working for themselves and making their own path.

  • The Dreamer Mindset - They have the ability to dream big and think big. They love to believe that anything is possible. They have the ability to come up with incredible visions for their future.

  • The Follower Mindset - They don't like questioning things and allow others to decide what's in store for them. They feel safe in doing so but sacrifice their happiness and never go after what they want.

  • The Greed Mindset - They are guilty of always wanting more. It often doesn't matter how much money they have - they still want more. This greed may motivate them towards being successful and wealthy. However, in that process, they could end up destroying several relationships.

  • The Gratitude Mindset - They are always thankful for all that they have. They never take anything for granted in this life which makes them happier in the long run.

  • The Confident Mindset - They are happy with themselves and the way they are. They have immense belief in their capabilities and function smoothly in social situations.

  • The Creative Mindset - People that are creative are unique. It takes a lot of practice to reach that level of creativity. They are natural problem solvers and are able to come up with unique ideas.

  • The Short-Term Mindset - Very similar to the lazy mindset where people focus solely on short-term happiness. They are unable to look at the bigger picture or create any long-term goals for themselves.

  • The Angry Mindset - They could have their reasons for their anger issues but they end up taking it out on others. This negatively affects their relationships with those around them.

  • The Productive Mindset - They are able to work towards their goals at a much faster rate and are unlikely to fall victim to distractions. They are able to prioritize tasks effectively and complete them efficiently.

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Interesting read - I can see glimpses of all of them in my own mindset, but the growth mindset definitely stands out.

Thanks for sharing!

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