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Growth Mindset MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Growth Mindset'
Growth Mindset MBTI type
Realm:
Reality

Category:
Psychology, Philosophy, Writing and Social Sciences

Part of:
Psychology

[Psychology MBTI list]
Description:
Carol Dweck

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 28


ENTJ - 13
ESTJ - 6
INTJ - 5
INFP - 2
INFJ - 1
ENFJ - 1

[Famous ENTJs]

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 31


8W7 - 11
3W2 - 7
5W6 - 5
3W4 - 4
1W9 - 2
1W2 - 2

[Famous Enneagram 8]

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Quotes:
In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment. Virtually all great people have had these qualities.

People in a growth mindset believe anyone can be good at anything, because your abilities are entirely due to your actions.

In a growth mindset, you believe “Anyone can be good at anything. Skill comes only from practice.”

The growth mindset believes trouble is just important feedback in the learning process.

In a growth mindset, your flaws are just a TO-DO list of things to improve.

In a growth mindset, you keep up your confidence by always pushing into the unfamiliar, to make sure you’re always learning.

In a growth mindset, you commit to mastering valuable skills regardless of mood, knowing passion and purpose come from doing great work, which comes from expertise and experience.

In a growth mindset, failures are temporary setbacks.

In a growth mindset, you believe a lasting relationship comes from effort and working through inevitable differences.

In a growth mindset, it’s all about the process, so the outcome hardly matters.

Old (unmoderated comments)

Well act more like ENTJs just 1% more not complete 180

And the ENTJs should act more like ISFJs or INFPs lol working on Fe and Fi

I don't think it's especialy ENTJs, I would say INTJs, INTPs and ENTPs aswell. NTs especially..

“In a growth mindset, your flaws are just a TO-DO list of things to improve” hahahaha from my perspective this is a loser mindset.

MBTI type of Growth Mindset

. Firstly, this is hilariously taxing. Secondly, even if you handle it, you’re still wasting time on useless shit you’re bad at instead of perfecting what you’re good at, where will that get you? It’s like having an rpg character w all evened out stats - bland as fuck, just “alright” at everything, excellent at fucking nothing.

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. Actually, you’d be really good on one thing: overworking yourself over useless shit. Fuck your weaknesses, get your strengths to overpower them until they’re irrelevant

The real type for this should be A V E R A G E, but on enneagram terms this sounds more 1 than 3, with all the “wanting to be perfect” shit

And this is not very 8 at all, aside from the fact that 8s deny their weaknesses to such an extent they sometimes forget what that word even means, why would they want to engage w smth that makes their weakness clear for them for extended periods of time?

I would say 1 over 3.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Growth Mindset. 3s, though willing to work hard at something, still are more likely to do so in order to prove that they are superior, rather than for the love of the learning process itself.

I've been working on developing this mindset in myself.Which of the 16 personality types is Growth Mindset?.

Not true. the fixed mindset could have a desire to be perfect, like you need the perfect IQ, perfectionism could hold people back from improvement i think. I had the fixed mindset most of my life if not all, also was somewhat a perfectionist in high school, didn't help when I faced the 2 challenging classes in my life and mild depression at that time

Nothing you’ve said in your first comment made sense to what I said and i don’t care abt your personal struggles, but by any chance are you denying enneagram 1 are morally perfectionists? If so, HAHAHAHAHA to you. now, the second comment went slightly more in line w the subject I brought up, but you still didn’t give a reason why this mindset wouldn’t simply be A.V.E.R.A.G.E. The growth mindset gets you at the middle of the road to everywhere, but you end up wanting to be nowhere in particular at the end of the day

What the fuck are you on about

Its harder than it looks

Trying won't help. You either have the growth mindset or you don't

I'm starting to be on this mindset, it's really hard, you need to forget all your bad habits, every aspects of your life can evolve and you can definitely become the best of youtself. It might be hard but the reward is definitely worth it times ten

Bullshit, better try than doing nothing, it can't be worse. Retard.

But if you're bad at basic skills for necessary survival, then you definitely need to perfect them. And there could be useless things you're defininely good at but they don't get you paid enough to depend on them so you need to get rid of them. From what I've observed hard work really pays off and there are more no. of people who're naturally talented at something and still underpaid/underrated compared to the ones who weren't naturally good at that field but nevertheless managed to get the last laugh via persistence and hardwork. Definitely sounds both 1 & 3 types.

It was a joke

Brainer please have compassion for lesser beings. We put up with enough as it is

Why 5w6?

Imagine two players playing Yugioh and starting off Player 1 starts with: Dark Hole, Pot of Greed, Graceful Charity, Raigeki, Pot of Duaity, Monster Reborn versus Player 2 starts with Dark Magician girl, Dark Magician Girl, Dark Magician Girl, Effect Veiler, Reborn Tengu, Pot of Duality What cards are better to start with

Heres a better example imagine Person A. Person A has a college education and graduated with a bachelors in sociology, been in daycare between ages 3 and 8, watched about a total of 200 TV Shows / 1700 episodes.  Person B drops out of high school and wins the 200 million dollar lottery and writes many bestselling novels at the level of Harry POtter/JK Rowling. Person A still has some privacy. Person B gets to be famous but loses privacy 

Forcefully insert your intelligence deep inside of me.