The Three Types Of Mindset Education.

Fixed mindset Growth mindset and benefits mindset.

Aj Education Mindset Teach for more information check below.


It’s all about mindset. From the moment you wake up,to the moment you rest your head at night. Everything is up to you.
your emotions, your thoughts your perceptions, your reactions.
in every moment.

Fixed Mindset:

“Failure is the limit of my ability” I’m either good at it or I’m not my abilities are unchanging, I don’t like to be challenged, I can’t either do it, my potential is predetermined,when I’m frustrated I give up from feedback and criticism or personal.

Everyday experts who seek perfection and avoid failure, focus on production, questioning what they do. Mostly individualistic ego system benefit, feels threatened by the success of others and achieves less than their full potential.

Everyday experts who seek perfection and avoid failure, focus on reproducing what they know, believes their strengths are innate gifts that can’t be developed and focus on perfecting their abilities.

Growth Mindset:

Failure is an opportunity to grow up, I can learn to do anything I want, I can do everything what ever I want because everything is possible in the universe, challenges help me to grow up, my effort and attitude determine my abilities feedback is constructive I’m inspired by the success of others I love to try new things.

Everyday learners who seek growth and development, focus on improving how they do what they do, believes their strengths can be developed with effort, reaching higher levels of achievement and ability.

Everyday achievers who seek success and mastery, focus on productivity, questioning how they do it, mostly individualistic ego system benefit, Finds lessons in the success of others, to reach ever higher levels of personal achievement.

Growth mindsets…. improved self esteem, taking on challenges, optimism, learning from mistakes, taking more risks, trying new things, positive attitude, self compassion, increased confidence, resilience, love of learning, perseverance, happiness, sense of self growth, flexibility, feeling inspired by others, being reflective, goal driven, being adaptive, open to new ideas, Grit , and always growing.

Benefit Mindset:

Everyday leaders who seek to be well and do good, focus on purpose questioning why they do it, individual and collective ego system benefit,discover their strengths and meaningfully contribute to future of greater possibility, focus on purposefully on why they do what they do, and believe in developing their strengths and meaningfully contributes to the future.

Regard Aj Education Mindset Teach

The three types of mindset education.

Poor Mindset

The poor Mindset:



Meaning of poor mindset Poverty mentality is a mindset that people develop over time based on a strong belief that they will never have enough money.

This mindset is driven by fear and can cause poor financial decision-making. The way you think about money can have a huge influence on your ability to create wealth.

So a poor mindset is all about reacting to the problems in a negative manner. Some people are so worse in that they try to focus on negative parts even when they achieve something. To make progress in life the first thing you need to work is your mindset. Mindset that helps you in standing after falling down.

Poor mindset believes that one day they’ll be able to “retire” – to kick back and do nothing. That all work is simply “paying dues” on the way to a life of leisure. Ironically this is the kind of mindset that stifles the ambition and drive required to ever get to the point of having that kind of life as an option.

A poverty mentality is one that influences behaviors consistent with beliefs that money shouldn’t be spent, opportunities are limited, any risk at all is dangerous, any success is temporary and non-replicable, and generally remaining in the back of the pack is safest. Causes of poverty. … Associated with the lack of education, high divorce rate, a culture of poverty, illiteracy, overpopulation, epidemic diseases such as AIDS and malaria and environmental problems such as lack of rainfall. Extreme weather may be a cause of poverty in many countries.

Originally Answered: What is poor man? To be poor is to be wanting for something that is needed for safety and survival, for health and well-being, or for comfort and happiness.

Poverty means that the income level from employment is so low that basic human needs can’t be met. People with the Poor Person’s Mindset are the type who live paycheck to paycheck. They never invest their money, they rarely save their money, and will often resort to paying for things with credit. … In contrast, those who are focused on building and accumulating wealth don’t spend exorbitant amounts of money.



Habits of poor people hold them back from achieving their maximum potential and keep them trapped in the rat race.

These habits include:

1 Blaming others for their lack of success

2 Not saving money

3 Accumulating debt

4 Watching hours of TV every day

5 Skipping out on doctor appointments

6 Consuming fast food frequently

7 Sleeping in late

8 Having an ‘I don’t care’ attitude

9 Being selfish

10 Gossiping

11 Not living in the present

12 Renting to own

13 Believing it’s impossible for them to succeed

14 Playing the lottery

15 Eating at fancy restaurants often.

Poor Mindset poor in believe








The poor person lacks not only what is needed, but the capacity and skill to get what is needed. One way to be poor is to lack money. Thinking like a poor person will keep you poor. Thinking like a wealthy person will make you wealthy. … He explores the dramatically different approaches of the self-made rich and super-rich, showing you which behaviours to begin practising and which behaviours are traitorous to your wealth potential. Escape poverty. Poverty is a state or condition in which a person or community lacks the financial resources and essentials for a minimum standard of living.






The Rich Mindset:

The Rich Mindset:

The Rich mindset seeks to spend their time, resources, and energy on work that continues to pay off long after the effort has been invested. Rich mindset is all about getting a flywheel spinning. Building momentum. Creating systems that continue to generate value on their own.

Definition of rich. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : having abundant possessions and especially material wealth. 2a : having high value or quality. b : well supplied or endowed a city rich in traditions.

Rich people dream of the future. “Self-made millionaires get rich because they’re willing to bet on themselves and project their dreams, goals and ideas into an unknown future,” Siebold writes. “People who believe their best days are behind them rarely get rich, and often struggle with unhappiness and depression.”

What Rich people do?

Self-made millionaires do things a little differently from everyone else. They allocate their time and energy differently, focusing more on personal growth, their thoughts, investments, and work. They also exhibit heightened levels of certain traits, like frugality, resiliency, conscientiousness, and consistency.

What are the habits of successful people?
Here are a few “rich habits” of self-made millionaires that you can start developing today.
  • They read consistently.
  • They exercise.
  • They hang out with other successful people.
  • They volunteer.
  • They practice “dream-setting.
  • They pursue their own goals.
  • They sleep at least seven hours a night.
  • They get up early.
  • Organization. One of the most frequently mentioned habits of those who are successful in life is organization. … 
  • Relaxation.
  • Taking Action.
  • Personal Care.
  • Positive Attitude.
  • Networking.
  • Frugality.
  • Be humble. You have to learn the lesson of humility. … 
  • Treat people well. … 
  • Understand the impact you can have on others. … 
  • Know how to invest your money. … 
  • Find the things that make you happy. … 
  • Surround yourself with the right people. … 
  • Never become complacent. … 
  • Appreciate experiences over items.

Be consistently candid and honest. Make it a point to speak what’s on your mind without fear of judgment. By speaking the truth and being honest, you can support your words with actions that will help you pursue your success. Simply thinking for yourself can make you unforgettable.

The Rich Mindset:

Rich mindset understands that the first goal is to gain a surplus of resources. Then, to use that surplus to accelerate things. Accelerate education. Accelerate a business. Accelerate the next generation.

Rich mindset seeks to spend their time, resources, and energy on work that continues to pay off long after the effort has been invested.

Rich mindset is all about getting a flywheel spinning. Building momentum. Creating systems that continue to generate value on their own. Rich mindset is willing to invest resources with seemingly no reward right away.

Rich mindset seeks to build relationships based on trust, liking, shared values, and mutual respect. People with the rich mindset help others and cultivate relationships with no expectation of anything in return.

Rich mindset understands that its reputation is everything, that trust and respect is earned slowly, through hard-fought, bloody effort – and that both can be lost in an instant.

Rich mindset knows that the world isn’t fair, and deals with reality swiftly, humbly, and practically. It knows the world owes it nothing, that the universe is indifferent to its existence, that the default for life is suffering and death. All successes are improbable and should be appreciated as such.

Rich mindset celebrates the successes of others. It embraces the competition and often befriends it.

Rich mindset understands that it can never know everything, and that something can be learned from everyone.

Rich mindset understands that it cannot do everything, and that even if it could, it would create greater value by focusing on its core strengths. It knows that the right team is greater than the sum of its parts.

Rich mindset embraces competition, and knows that iron sharpens iron.

Rich mindset quits strategically. It plans to quit in advance, when it realizes the potential gains of a pursuit are either unreachable with current resources or aren’t worth the pain of the work involved.

Rich mindset sticks it out when the going gets tough, provided that the pursuit is worthwhile. It understands the idea of “The Dip” – that anything worth doing will be hard. It understands that the rewards are reaped by those who push through the difficulties of a pursuit precisely because the will to push through is scarce.

Rich mindset understands that there is no “I made it”. No “done”. Life is defined by challenges and learning.

Rich people play the money game to win. Poor people play the money game to not lose.

The goal of truly rich people is to have massive wealth and for many of them, it’s to help a lot of people. Rich people see opportunities and focus on rewards. Poor people see obstacles and focus on the risks. Rich people see potential growth, take responsibility for the results in their lives, and act upon the mindset that “It will work because I’ll make it work.” Rich people are committed enough to do whatever it takes. Period.

Rich people focus on what they want,

Rich people are almost always excellent promoters.

They are willing to promote their products, their services, and their ideas with passion and enthusiasm.

Resenting promotion is one of the greatest obstacles to success. People who have issues with selling and promotion are usually broke.

Rich and successful people are solution-oriented.

Rich people spend their time and energy strategizing and planning the answers to challenges that come up and creating systems to make certain that problem doesn’t occur again.

Rich people do not back away from problems, do not avoid problems, and do not complain about problems.

Rich people are financial warriors.

The bottom line is that if you become a master at handling problems and overcoming obstacles, what can stop you from success? The answer is nothing! And if nothing can stop you, you become unstoppable! Rich people work hard and believe it’s perfectly appropriate to be well rewarded for their efforts and the value they provide for others.

Rich people believe in themselves. They believe in their value and in their ability to deliver it.

Poor people don’t. That’s why they need “guarantees.”

The only way to earn what you’re really worth is to get paid based on your results.

Do you want a successful career or a close relationship with your family? Both! Do you want a focus on business or have fun and play? Both! Do you want money or meaning in your life? Both! Do you want to earn a fortune or do the work you love? Both! Poor people always choose one or the other, rich people choose both.

Believing in yourself:

Believing in yourself:

Believing in yourself is a key factor in staying positive and developing self-esteem and self-love. Use this one question to easily train yourself to…

Automatically bolster your confidence…

Leading to a stronger belief in yourself…

Leading to a deeper love for yourself…

Leading to more success and happiness in life!

And its happiness we’re seeking, right?

Well, believing in yourself gives you a foundation for ultimate success in life because you know you can rely on yourself to do whatever it takes to make your dreams come true…

And when your dreams come true…

You’re happy!

Okay, so what’s the one question that starts the process of instilling more confidence in yourself?

“What did I do right?”

Sounds simple, yet most of us miss it. Ask yourself, “How many times have I automatically ‘apologized’ for myself without thinking twice before the words came rolling out?”

If you’re like most, that answer is a depressing, “Lots of times.”

Yet, you can’t help it because your mind naturally defaults to the negative. Now, I know, that’s not something we want to hear, nor do we want to believe, yet when I heard positive psychology lecturer say that our minds default to the negative…

It made sense. Think about it…

To say good things out loud about yourself goes “against the grain.”

It’s seen as arrogant or prideful. So, we continually “discredit” ourselves to avoid standing out from the crowd…

Constantly apologizing for ourselves “out loud.” This creates an “internal map” of discrediting ourselves because that “internal map” follows what we “announce” verbally to the world…Our brains are also “wired” to think critically…

It’s just the way they’re built.

Which makes the task of believing in yourself take extra focus and effort to cultivate, but it can be done, and we’re going to cover a few things that help you right now.

So, “What Did You Do Right?”

Let’s look at that question, plus a few others, that sets you up mentally to start believing in yourself more and more.

How to really believe in yourself?

Ways To Really Believe In Yourself Change your outlook.

Look at how you talk to yourself.

Reward yourself for your accomplishments.

What are the benefits of believing in yourself?

Advantages of Believing in Yourself

It leads to a focused life

It helps you achieve all the goals

It makes you more productive

It allows you to take risks

It helps you remain positive

Why You Should Believe in Yourself

1. Believing in yourself inspires others to believe in you. 2. Believing in yourself boosts your confidence. 3. Believing in yourself reinforces tenacity. 4. Believing in yourself inspires you to take action.

Believing in Yourself


Now that I’ve brought the “discrediting yourself” issue to your mind’s attention, you’ll be noticing it when you begin disparaging yourself…That’s the first step: To notice…

Step 1: Become aware that you’re about to say something negative about yourself (internally or externally).

Step 2: Stop mid-sentence or mid-thought and ask, “What did I do right?”

Step 3: Congratulate yourself! This is a great exercise to strengthen your “believing in yourself” muscle.


Because it trains your perception of yourself to “default” to the positive.

For example, if your habit right now is to continually “badger” yourself over something you “perceived” that you did wrong, you are automatically programming yourself to default to not believing you can do something.

By shifting your response to “What did I do right?” you can re-set your default response to an, “I’m okay feeling.”

And when you reinforce it with congratulating yourself, you create a positive mind frame which does two other things…Enhances your belief and confidence in yourself every time, and Puts your mind in a very nice receptive state for another question…

Believing in Yourself


Now that you’re in an “I’m okay” state of mind, your “defenses” are down and your creativity muscle opens up…

This puts you in a better place mentally and emotionally to figure out ways to improve. All of this helps in maintaining positive attitude and staying positive, but more importantly, it’s fundamental to developing self-esteem.

You’ll also notice that once you’ve given “permission to your critic” to talk, he/she will be kinder to you…

It’s like you gave your “critic” space to be creative and heard and be a part of who you are instead of letting him/her “run the show.” Your critic may put up a fight because he/she isn’t “top dog” anymore, but that’s okay. Let your critic throw its fit. It’ll get over it.

You’re integrating the different parts of yourself together.

To work as an internal team.

Keeping balance among them.

Believing in Yourself


Life asks us to constantly change and adapt. By asking “What did I learn?” you’re promoting a positive mindset…Which in turn helps you in maintaining positive attitude…

Which in turn helps you in believing in yourself…

Which in turns helps you in staying positive!

It’s a great cycle to get rolling because it will gain momentum.


Your mind will not only learn to default to the positive, but your body will become addicted to the new thoughts. By starting our sequence of questions with “What did I do right,” you’re initiating a positive mind and all of its powers and benefits.

Now when you ask, “What did I learn?” you continue expanding your neural pathways…

Because every time you learn something, your brain responds by building new neural infrastructure to support the learned behavior.

Pretty cool, huh?

Our brains adapt…No matter how old are you, your mind is very powerful and can be reshaped according to what you feed it.

Which means that your brain will continue to adapt as you ask the fourth question…

Believing in Yourself



Again, you’re pointing your mind toward looking for and actively searching for the positive, which is building new neural networks to support even more positive thinking and a stronger belief in yourself!

In fact, you’re actually programming yourself to look for ways to “find evidence” as to why you can believe in yourself.

Here’s an easy exercise to do:


Once a day (or whenever you need a boost), ask yourself to name five things that you did “right” that day or the previous day…And give yourself permission to find anything at all. Like getting out of bed. Brushing your teeth. Not yelling at the dog! And be aware of the secondary voice that will come up and say, “Oh, of course you got out of bed… You have to go to work, etc.”

Ignore it…

Instead, acknowledge that you got out of bed because you choose to go to work because you choose to have enough money to live, because you want to eat…

Get the point?

Everything is a success in the beginning…. Everything!

All of these acknowledgments are self-esteem affirmations that shape a more positive picture of yourself…

To yourself! And then congratulate yourself. I know it sounds silly, but I’m always catching myself saying, “Good person” It’s automatic for me now.

Don’t wait for others to acknowledge you…

You acknowledge you!

After a while, this process becomes a very fun game. You’ll turn it into a treasure hunt to find better and better things to acknowledge that you did so you can congratulate yourself again!

Once you’re finding really cool things to feel successful about, you can add the other questions I’ve posed above. In the beginning, though, it’s better to just start out with the one question.

The Digital Mindset:

The Digital Mindset:

A mindset refers to a person’s established set of attitudes about a topic, including digital. By having an open-minded attitude about the benefits that digital technologies can bring to people, processes, and businesses, we open a new world of opportunities.

What Is A Digital Mindset?

To answer this question, we first need to establish a core fact: Digital is as much about people as it is about technology. Efficiency, in the Digital Age, is about seamlessly bringing together people and technology. Therefore, a significant part of operating in the current landscape is having a ‘Digital mindset’, being able to incorporate technology into their daily roles and extracting value from it.

A digital mindset is not merely the ability to use technology. Rather, it is a set of attitudes and behaviors that enable people and organizations to foresee possibilities. Social Media, Big Data, Mobility, Cloud, AI and Robotics are some of the big digital forces that are disrupting and deconstructing the world today, permeating every aspect of life and business. For organizations to thrive, they must be able to create and implement a business strategy that account for the major shifts caused by these forces.

Why Digital Mindset Is Important?

Let’s talk about generational cohorts for a second. It is often said that Gen-Xers are predisposed to asking ‘WHAT’ they need to do while Millennials are predisposed to ask ‘WHY’ they need to do it. Generational diversity is a major topic of discussion in the modern workforce because of the long-standing tussle for power and responsibility between the two generations. In the Digital Age, however, both generational cohorts can find themselves at a disadvantage, as the key question to be asking oneself is ‘HOW’ should we do it.

Technology has disrupted every part of our day to day lives. Regardless of whether you are the CEO of a charity, a construction business owner or a retail entrepreneur; embracing the future of business is never going to be easy.

There was one thing in common that I noticed after working with both technology startups and global brands when helping them go through a digital transformation. This was the human element of a “digital mindset”. Everyone was talking about the “WHY you should change your digital mindset” rather than the “HOW”.

Going through a digital transformation means that you are meeting your business growth challenges head-on, and understanding your customers needs, technology available and all of the moving parts a successful business should be aware of.

In doing this, you will better understand the opportunities available to you as a business online, and also give your brand the best chance to succeed.

The Social Mindset:

The Social Mindset:


Social mindset means everyone can see and feel his or her individual value, making for more engagement. … It’s a new way of thinking that focuses on a higher social aptitude.

People who have the social mindset love to hang around with people, make new friends, and just explore new cultures and ways of life. People who are social thrive of spending time with their friends. They also get a kick out of talking to strangers, and being able to enjoy conversation with them.

The advantages of having the social mindset:

You find it easier to make new friends

You possess great communication skills

You’re able to be comfortable easily in the majority of social situations

The disadvantages of having the social mindset:

You may rely on talking with others for happiness

You might be too concerned with how others feel about you

This is where the concept of a social mindset comes in. It’s not a quick fix; but it’s so much better. Incorporating a social mindset is an ongoing strategy that delivers sustainable results and continues to boost employee engagement.

So, what does the term “social mindset” even mean? It’s a new way of thinking that focuses on a higher social aptitude. Instead of processes, employers should be focused on developing real people driving their business results.

This mindset includes respecting everyone’s opinions, focusing on inclusion and investing in individual growth. True employee engagement comes from taking actions that engage employees in their daily tasks, not from programs and processes that aim to force engagement.

The best way to get everyone to come together is by reducing the layers of upper management and creating a more horizontal approach.

In other words, leadership should be on the front lines, working side by side with lower-level employees and asking for feedback on all issues, no matter what the company’s size.

Leaders should also give employees space to problem-solve. This gives them the chance to become more independent and even take on more leadership roles.

Use social learning to encourage growth.

A social mindset favors social learning, which consists of people learning from one another, via observation, imitation and modeling.

Encourage staffers to share their work, get feedback, align their practices and learn from their experiences. Employees learn best when they learn together, which is why it’s important to create an environment where employees work “out loud.”

Business Mindset:

The Business Mindset:

The success of your business depends on your business mindset.

Having a business mindset simply means you are willing to do the work needed to get business done. The problem becomes when people do not solely consider their business and what they have to offer.

Business mindset definition:

Business mindset: a way of thinking that enables you to uncover and see problems as opportunities, and then turning those opportunities into a business. It is an understanding that everything around us is the result of someone having an idea and then executing it.

Believe in yourself and your business:

You have to be resilient and able to continue building what you believe is the next best thing. Things you build will often not succeed, but ultimately, those losses will add up to a win, based on what you’ve learned.

Create a mission worth spending your life on:

I have confidence about myself as a human being. Just appreciate that wherever you’re at, you’re a whole and complete human being with everything you possibly need to be successful. You deserve to achieve and you deserve the fruits of your labor.

Have an incredible vision for your business:

You don’t climb straight from nothing to something big. You hit an obstacle, climb over it and reach the next level of the plateau. You cross the line again, cross another obstacle and climb to the next level again.

The more you do that, the more you will look back and realize how far you’ve come. It is all about overcoming each obstacle as it hits, and not giving up.

Do something bold:

Failures in business are opportunities to be seized. If you don’t fail at one point in your lifetime, you won’t experience the ultimate feeling of success.

True success comes from a pile of failures and learning from them. As a result, you’ll be able to make the right choices. I’m not a perfect person.

I have made mistakes – as an entrepreneur, as a small business owner, as a human being – and will probably make a ton more. As a result, I’ll learn from them and become even more successful. You need to build the same success mindset.

How Neuroplasticity does work? Increase brain memory

What is neuroplasticity how it does increase brain memory

Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to change and grow throughout a person’s life. Until recently, scientists thought that this was only possible in early childhood. After that, scientists believed that the brain “solidified” and became fixed in its habits. However, research has shown that the brain continues to change even into old age.
Like a physical muscle, the brain gets stronger the more you use it. The brain is a “pattern-seeking device.” When the neurons in your brain are activated in a particular pattern, it’s faster and easier for your brain to follow that same pattern in the future.
This means when you use your brain to complete a task, the brain “remembers” the task, so next time it becomes a little easier. The time after that, it’s even easier, and so on.
The bottom line is that our brains aren’t static. Through repeated practice and continual challenges, we can build pathways that make our brains stronger and smarter.

1=>Talk about their brain
Provide a very basic explanation of the main parts of the brain
The cerebrum is the biggest part of your brain. It’s the “thinking part” of your brain, and it controls your muscles and holds your memories. The cerebellum is in the back of your brain, and its job is to control balance, coordination, and movement. The brainstem connects your brain to your spinal cord. It’s in charge of the activities you can’t control, like breathing, digestion, and your heartbeat.

2=>Explain neurons and pathways
When you were born, your brain came with neurons, a type of tiny cell. When you learn things, your brain sends messages from one neuron to another. If you do the same thing enough times, your brain eventually makes a connection (or path) between neurons. This makes activities easier, and you can do them better and better.

3=>Use analogies
Imagine that you’re in a big field filled with tall, overgrown grass. Your job is to get to the other side. The first time, crossing the field will be really difficult—you’ll have to fight your way through the big, tall grass. But if you keep trying, you’ll get there.
The next time, it’ll be a little easier. Every time you cross the field, it’ll get easier and easier. Eventually, you’ll create a new path in the grass from going over it again and again.
You can also make a different analogy: establishing new neural pathways between brain cells is like building a bridge to cross a ravine.

4=>Make the connection
This is just like neuroplasticity. You’re in charge of your brain and you can learn anything you want, no matter how difficult it seems at first—you just have to go over it again and again.

5=>Discuss the value of mistakes
Mistakes help us learn, and they make our brains grow. If you were walking through that grassy field and you fell in a hole, that’s okay. You wouldn’t stay there; you would just get up and remember the choice you made to get there.
Next time, you would know that the hole was there, and you could walk around it. Mistakes teach you how to improve next time.

6=>Share amazing facts
To help kids understand the incredible power of their brains, share amazing facts like these:
There are as many neurons in the brain as there are stars in the Milky Way: about 100 billion.
Your brain physically stops growing around age 18, but it keeps changing forever. Even as an adult, you can still get better at all kinds of skills.
Do you know how powerful your brain is? It can produce enough electricity to power a lightbulb!
By design, our brains are all about growth and change—as is the whole human body: Your body makes about 2 million NEW red blood cells every second!

7=>Celebrate mistakes
Explain to your child that mistakes make the brain grow. In fact, the brain does NOT grow just from getting the answers right. To keep strengthening neural pathways, we must continue challenging ourselves and going to the next level of difficulty. This is going to involve mistakes, and that’s great!
When you make mistakes, embrace them and talk to your child about what you’ve learned from the experience or what you will do differently next time. Do not be too hard on yourself, especially in front of your child, and model persistence, resilience, and the willingness to take on a challenge.
Even better, when you or your child make a mistake, take the opportunity to celebrate. Give a high five and say, “High five! You’re learning!” or, “Woohoo! Your brain is growing!”

8=>Brainstorm ways neuroplasticity has already worked
Help your children or students come up with a list of activities that were once difficult and became much easier with practice: riding a bike, counting or doing the math, reading, roller skating, playing an instrument, drawing or coloring, even walking and running at one point.
“Remember how hard it was to add numbers when you first started? But you kept practicing, and now you can even multiply and divide!”.
You can also remind them of how they learned to ride a bike.
“Think about when you first started riding a bike. It was hard, wasn’t it? Your brain had to think about staying balanced, watching the sidewalk, pedaling, steering with the handlebars…But as you practiced over and over, the neurons in your brain sent messages back and forth until a path was formed. Now, you can ride your bike without even thinking about it. That’s because your brain has created a ‘bike-riding’ pathway.”
Keep the list somewhere visible, like on your refrigerator or a bulletin board in your classroom or child’s room. When children feel that something is too hard, remind them of all the things that were once “too hard” and are now second nature.

Brain introduction story know Ur Brain Power:

Brain 🧠 introduction story: know your brain 🧠 power 🔋 and know who you are?

Human Brain 🧠 Good Afternoon 🔅 ladies and gentlemen, first of all, I would like to introduce myself: My name is (Brain 🧠) I’m present in the human head you can call me the world 🌎 amazing computer in the human head I’m God gifted computer for all human beings if you have me in your head then congratulations to you:

Brain 🧠 => did you know how many stars ✨ will be in the Galaxy?

If you don’t know let me tell you, there are around 100 billion stars ✨ in the Galaxy,

100,000,000,000 in numbers,

Brain 🧠 => Have you ever imagined how many neurons will be in me?

If you don’t know let me tell you, there are about 100 billion neurons in me means

As same as the stars ✨ in the Galaxy: 100,000,000,000 in numbers

Brain 🧠 => Did you know how many synapses will be in me?

If you don’t know let me tell you, there are about one quadrillion synapses in me

1,000,000,000,000,000 in numbers.

Brain 🧠 => Did you know many glial cells will be in me?

If you don’t know let me tell you there are about one trillion glial cells in me

1,000,000,000,000 in numbers.

Brain 🧠 => Did you know how many neurons will be in my spinal cord?

If you don’t know let me tell you, there are about 13.5 million neurons in my

Spinal Cord 13,500,000 in numbers.

Brain 🧠 => Did you know how many synapses will be in my every single neuron?

If you don’t know let me tell you, there are up to 10,000 synapses has in my each single


Brain 🧠 => Did you know what is my weight in humans head?

If you don’t know let me tell you, Brain 🧠 my weight is 3 pounds I’m present in humans head.

Brain 🧠 => Did you know how much fats will be in me?

If you don’t know let me tell you, Brain 🧠 60% of fats in me I’m the

The fattest organ in humans head

Brain 🧠 => Did you know the blood vessels that are present in me how long distance will be?

If you don’t know let me tell you, the blood vessels that are present in its almost 100,000 miles in length.

Brain 🧠 => Did you know how much blood and oxygen I am getting from humans body?

If you don’t know let me tell you, Brain 🧠 the total blood and oxygen that is producing in humans body I’m getting 20% of blood and oxygen of it.

Brain 🧠 => Did you know what is my capacity to generate Watts of power 🔋?

If you don’t know let me tell you, Brain 🧠 I’m generating approximately 23% Watts of power you wake up.

Brain 🧠 => who have me in your head get time to think 🤔 who you are and what you can do by using your own brain 🧠, the people who are successful in the world 🌎 they are successful because they are using their own Brainpower, they spend time with themselves, they study themselves, they know who they are and they also know what they can do by using their own brainpower 🔋 and they also know where they are going.

Remember one clearly every and each single human beings in this world 🌎 have the same amount of brain 🧠, the only difference between rich and poor strong and weak, good and bad it’s because they don’t use their own brain 🧠.

The people who are successful in their life they spend time with themselves and use their own brain 🧠 power,

They believe that they can do everything whatever they want. They are always grateful for what they do have.

The people who are not successful in their life, they don’t spend much time with themselves they always procrastination to do things, they don’t use their own brain 🧠

They don’t believe themselves, they are not grateful for what they do have,

They are always dependent on others

This is the only difference between rich and poor people.

The Fear Mindset:

In other words, you give up before you even begin. … In other words, low self-esteem due to low self acceptance. Note: Internal fears can also be called “subconscious fears” as they are fears that arise as a result of beliefs which have been accepted into the subconscious mind as being true.

There’s a little bit of the fear mindset within all of us. However, those that let the fear mindset become their major way of thinking, become stuck.

People who let fear get the best of them are unable to use their time to the best of their ability. All those thrilling experiences, places traveled, achievements and such never happen.

They never happen because of the fear of what could go wrong, and that leads to a very minimal and quite frankly, dull life.

The advantages of having the fear mindset:

There are no real advantages

The disadvantages of having the fear mindset:

You can never achieve your dreams by being afraid

You will live inside a shell, afraid to try new things

It will become difficult to find your passion or purpose

Do you have the fear mindset?

Fear Mindset. Many are controlled by fear, worry, doubt and dread. These mindsets will cripple you in many ways.

  1. Breathe deeply to quell anxiety. … 
  2. Ground yourself if you lose touch with reality. … 
  3. Ask friends and family for support. … 
  4. Repeat a mantra to remind yourself you’re safe and capable. … 
  5. Focus on the good things in your life to boost positivity. … 
  6. Spend time in nature to help you feel calm.
  1. Go On A 30 Day Challenge. For 30 days, challenge yourself. … 
  2. Get Comfortable With The Physical Sensations Of Fear. … 
  3. Separate “You”, From The Sensation Of Fear. … 
  4. Know That It’s Normal.

fear occurs as a response to something which is perceived as being threatening, dangerous or harmful.fear can cause a person to feel nervous, anxious and can even impair their bodily functions by interfering with their ability to think clearly, speak with a steady voice and keep a steady hand.

Nobody likes to feel fear because it’s negative and unpleasant emotion. However, it is also a very useful emotion to have because the main purpose of fear to alert your attention to, and prepare your body for a threat that could potentially harm or kill you.

If you didn’t feel afraid in certain situations you would end up doing things that needlessly endangered your life, thereby increasing your risk of suffering from an injury or death. So in other words, you need to feel fear in order to keep yourself alive.

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