Adopting a Growth Mindset


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Whether we’re aware of it or not, all of us take mental notes of what’s happening to us, what it means, and what we should do. Our minds are constantly scanning and interpreting the world. That’s how we stay on track and go through life. This is what is called a “mindset.”

Dr. Carol S. Dweck is one of the world’s leading researchers in the field of motivation and mindset building, and literally wrote the book Mindset. Dweck states that “mindsets frame the running account that’s taking place in people’s heads. They guide the whole interpretation process.”

In today’s world we’re constantly going against challenges, setbacks, and criticism. A growth mindset helps us step into the unknown, the ambiguous, the uncertain, and know that no matter what happens, we’ll adjust the sails and set us on the right track. When we put intention around our mindsets we grow towards a version of ourselves that makes change easy and helps us find more love and empathy in and around us.

In this episode we discuss what a mindset is and how to move from our own comfort zones and into a growth zone, that will lead to a deeper sense of compassion.


The main topics in this podcast were first presented in Amy’s book: Empathy for Change: How to Create an Understanding World: Grab a copy or download the audiobook on Audible to learn more.

Kevin A.K.A Captain Empathy is the Founder and CEO of Jaago (means to wake-up in Hindi). Jaago’s vision is to create a world where people seek to understand one another by making empathy a daily habit. He is a tech leader and IOT (Internet of Things) pioneer and expert. He brings practical experience, lived experience, and his transparent growth journey to the podcast.


Cover Art Design: Amy J. Wilson with Canva

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