Growth mindset is the idea that you can do something. By simply adding the word yet to a sentence, you can change your thoughts from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset. For example, “I can’t manage my time well” vs “I can’t manage my time well, yet.” After reviewing this week’s resources on the growth vs. fixed mindset, we now understand how our thinking can influence the successes we achieve and how we overcome and view previous challenges.
Click the above link to enter your journal, then select Create Journal Entry to answer the following questions for this week’s journal reflection:
What is your career goal and how can developing a growth mindset help to keep you motivated to reach that career goal?
After reviewing this week’s Readings and Resources, create a new thread and share the following:
Rate your overall time management skills. How effective are you in managing time?
What changes have you made or plan to make in order to add this course to your daily schedule?
Thinking about Stephen Covey’s habit, Being Proactive, what does being proactive mean to you in relation to your time management?
After reviewing this week’s Readings and Resources on SMART goals, please answer the following journal questions supporting your work with evidence from the provided resources.
Share a short-term SMART goal for this course. Be sure to make your goal Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Bound.
How will this SMART goal help you achieve your long-term goal?
Share an example of when you were impacted by miscommunication.
How could this situation have been resolved if you had used Covey’s Seek First to Understand and Then Be Understood habit?
How does taking care of your well-being (social, emotional, physical) affect other areas of your life such as family time, course/schoolwork, or employment?
How can the habit Begin With the End in Mind keep you motivated when you are feeling overwhelmed?
What study strategies will most help you improve?
How do you take advantage of learning styles in a way that will benefit you as you work through your degree or even in your chosen profession?
A strategy discussed in this week’s reading is SQ3R (Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review). How is this strategy similar to and/or different from the way you read course material previously?
Covey’s 3rd habit, Put First Things First, means recognizing that your time, energy, and resources are limited. How would you prioritize reading in your schedule?
Explain the importance of improving your reading strategies now and when you work in the business field.
In what ways could creative, critical, and analytical thinking help you to be a better student and employee?
Think of a routine task (studying, exam preparation, downtime, grocery shopping, food preparation, etc.) in your life that you may have never questioned. How can this routine be improved? How would this benefit you?
How can creative thinking help you in your business career?
Covey’s 7th habit, Sharpening the Saw, is all about keeping your personal self “sharp.” It means regularly renewing and strengthening the four key dimensions of your life: your body, your brain, your heart, and your soul. You can’t even think about sharpening the saw when you’re always busy sawing.
What is something you’d work on improving if you had the time?
What is the best way to?balance?your brain? Body? Heart? Soul?
What are some ways you can keep your saw sharp while in school and then also in your profession?
What simple steps do you take to create a financial plan?
Explain how poor financial literacy can affect your current or future career aspirations.
After reviewing this week’s resources, specifically this blog article, 7 Habits of Successful Savers (Vidakovic, 2021), we now have a better understanding of how we develop an influence over the successes we achieve and how we overcome and view previous challenges. Please answer the following journal question supporting your work with evidence from the provided resources.
Share your thoughts on how you can synergize your savings by making sure that your money is working FOR and not AGAINST you.
What are the top two (2) skills or strategies you learned during this course, and how could they benefit you and your career aspirations?
What do you know now that you wish you knew on the first day of class?
If you could offer advice to the next students to take this class, what would it be?
Please reflect on the following in your journal. Stephen Covey’s habit Win-Win is a frame of mind that seeks mutual benefit in all human interactions. It encourages us to have consideration and consider other people’s wins as well as our own. We are conditioned to put people in categories. If we can break ourselves of that habit, we can open ourselves up to the possibilities of mutual benefit through a balance of empathy and courage.
Please answer the following journal question supporting your work with evidence from the provided resources.
How does the habit Win-Win, along with the concepts of inclusivity and diversity, help to grow an organization and help you to increase your growth mindset?
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