5 MINDSETS THAT CREATE SUCCESS

5 Mindsets that create success by Mark Mansion. Mind Map by Arpit Banjara

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5 MINDSETS THAT CREATE SUCCESS by Mind Map: 5 MINDSETS THAT CREATE SUCCESS

1. 1) YOU ALWAYS HAVE A CHOICE

1.1. there are things in life you can control

1.1.1. and things you can’t

1.2. You have absolutely no control over

1.2.1. where you were born

1.2.2. your biological sex

1.2.3. how rich or poor your family is

1.2.4. what color your skin is

1.2.5. how tall you are, etc

1.3. These things do matter and they will obviously impact your life in major ways

1.4. while you may not be to blame for your situation

1.4.1. you are always responsible for your situation

1.4.2. it is your responsibility to figure out how to deal with your situation

1.5. No one else can

1.5.1. heal your emotional wounds but you

1.5.2. fix your toxic relationship with money but you

1.5.3. lose that weight for you

1.5.4. make that person fall in love with you

1.6. Dwelling for too long on either of these will only lead you down the fixed-mindset rabbit hole at some point

1.6.1. and that’s a miserable hole to be in

2. 2) ADOPT A BIAS TOWARDS ACTION

2.1. Most people approach work and motivation in the completely opposite way

2.1.1. they wait to be inspired, then they get to work

2.1.2. The problem is that inspiration is a fickle beast

2.2. Some people will wait around forever for inspiration

2.2.1. to just fall out of the sky or something

2.3. Others spend all their time and energy looking for ways to motivate themselves

2.3.1. so they can finally get to work

2.3.2. And the irony of that sentence is completely lost on them

2.4. Successful people don’t sit around and wait for their muse to come

2.4.1. and inspire them to change the world

2.5. They just show up and get to work

2.5.1. So, do something

3. 3) LET GO OF THE NEED TO BE RIGHT

3.1. Ray Dalio is an American Investor, philanthropist and hedge fund manager

3.1.1. he once went broke betting against the market

3.2. it wasn’t necessarily his bad hypotheses or incorrect economic analyses

3.2.1. that made him lose every penny he had

3.3. It was his unrelenting belief in himself that he was right

3.3.1. that made him go broke and look like a complete idiot

3.3.2. Dont let you ego over-run your decision making

3.4. Anyone can survive a bad idea, a stupid mistake, or dumb risk

3.4.1. as long as you don’t cling to the need to be right about your beliefs

3.5. The fact is, you, me, and everyone on the planet are almost certainly wrong about

3.5.1. well, pretty much everything

3.6. We can only learn from our observations

3.6.1. and hopefully be a little less wrong

4. 4) SEE THE WORLD FOR WHAT IT IS, NOT FOR WHAT YOU WISH IT COULD BE

4.1. Dr. Patrick Brown is a vegan

4.1.1. He gave up meat a long time ago for his own ethical reasons

4.1.2. And while he believes his moral standards of veganism are “right” and true and compassionate

4.2. you can’t change other people’s behavior by appealing to their moral code

4.2.1. he knows that exactly the opposite will happen

4.3. So instead of protesting outside a meat production company

4.3.1. he decided to appeal to something much more fundamental to human nature

4.3.2. their taste buds

4.4. Brown’s goal is to replace all animal-based meat production

4.5. To do that, he is trying to create food that

4.5.1. 1) tastes/looks/smells/feels as good or better than real meat

4.5.2. 2) is at least the same price, if not cheaper

4.6. started a company, Impossible Foods

4.6.1. the creators of the meat-free, plant-based Impossible Burger

4.6.2. mimics ground beef in every way

4.6.3. appearance, texture, smell, and, of course, how it tastes

4.6.4. using no animal products whatsoever

4.7. Had he protested how unethical it is to eat meat

4.7.1. no one would have listened to him

5. 5) DEFINE SUCCESS INTERNALLY, NOT EXTERNALLY

5.1. Amada Rosa Pérez was one of Colombia’s most famous supermodels

5.2. Her career seemed to be on a trajectory

5.2.1. that 99.9% of aspiring models only wish they could achieve

5.3. in 2005, at the height of her career

5.3.1. Pérez inexplicably disappeared from the public eye

5.4. Perez surfaced five years later

5.4.1. announced that she’d been born again

5.5. And she was retiring from modeling to work with the poor communities of Colombia

5.5.1. She remarked on how her definition of a successful model had changed

5.6. She grew tired of

5.6.1. being a model of superficiality

5.6.2. world of lies, appearances, falsity, hypocrisy, and deception

5.6.3. riches, pleasure, sexual immorality and fraud

5.7. But now

5.7.1. The world doesn’t appeal to me

5.7.2. I enjoy every moment God gives me

5.8. you’ll notice that each person

5.8.1. all of them successful by typical measures of success

5.8.2. had a higher purpose that transcended the typical measures of success

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