Listful Living author Paula Rizzo has a few thoughts on working from home and wants to know what your work from home mindset is, read Paula’s message here.
Is remote working overwhelming you?
We’re eight months into the pandemic, and if you’re still struggling, it might be time to think about whether you need to shift your mindset.
That’s where the idea of growth vs. fixed mindsets comes in. A psychologist named Carol Dweck came up with this idea about 15 years ago, but it’s even more relevant today than ever.
People with “growth mindsets” about remote work are feeling energized by this new challenge.
They’re adapting. Are you?
If not, you may have a fixed mindset. But you can transform your mindset and change the way you think about work!
Here’s how to identify your WFH mindset — and how to get to a growth mindset that will allow you to be more successful and less stressed in this new remote work world.
All the best,
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