Fixed MindsetA fixed mindset is the belief that talent and ability are innate such that failures are met with retreat.
Growth MindsetA growth mindset is the belief that talent is acquired with effort and resilience such that failures are part of learning.
Scarcity MindsetThe view that there are fixed resources such that you can't get something without taking something. Views problems as having a single, and often bleak, solution.
Abundance MentalityAn abundance mentality is the view that there are abundant resources, that all problems can be solved and that value can be created without taking from others.
Productive MindsetThe belief that work is about being productive and that productivity will be rewarded.
Political MindsetThe belief that work is about winning political battles and accumulating political capital.
Win-win MindsetA win-win minset is the view that we can all get ahead together with mutually beneficial approaches.
Win-lose MindsetA win-lose mindset is the feeling that life is about winning at the expense of others.
NegativityFocusing on the negative, overestimating risk and underestimating opportunity.
PositivityFocusing on the positive and potential in every situation.
AltruismThe belief that it is what you give not what you get.
Victim MentalityViewing yourself as a victim whereby you are bitter about minor misfortunes, insults and anything that doesn't match your expectations. This shouldn't be confused with the actual victims of major misfortunes such as disasters.happiness as it is only your virtuous response to each that defines your life.
Freedom MindsetValuing your freedom and respecting the freedoms of others.
Control MindsetThe view that the world should strictly conform to rules and an intense dislike of displays of freedom. Associated with authoritarian personalities.
Risk TakingAn individual who is willing to take calculated risks who looks for opportunity in every situation.
Risk AvoidingAn individual who views all risk as foolish who embraces mediocrity and the view that risk taking should be prevented.
FragileThe view that whatever doesn't kill you makes you weaker. For example, the view that misfortune inevitably brings years and years of trauma.
Anti-FragileThe view that whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger. For example, the view that misfortune and failure are the basis for learning and growth.
A general assumption or attitude that has a large impact on thought processes and behavior.