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What are Mind Killer?
Mind kills are thought-provoking, which always undermine us and very often lead us to block ourselves. One of the main mistakes is that, to put it a bit polemically, we think it is stupid.
There are, of course, many other deficiencies, which we are struggling to achieve better self-efficacy, but these five are the most common and greatest blockages that hinder personal development.
Checklist Mind killer unmask
- Do you ever compare yourself to other people, or even to successful personalities from the public?
- Do you envy these people for their intelligence and success?
- Have you ever wondered what makes Mario Götze such an extraordinary footballer that he shot the German nation to the title of world champion?
- What were the roots of the success of the great German poet and thinker Johann Wolfgang von Goethe? He is known to write his books without reworking. He created literary masterpieces that still today enjoy a high value and seem timeless, without feeling a great deal of trouble.
- This is pretty impressive. But are these people smarter than others?
- Were they, or in the truest sense of the word, self-efficacious?
- Do we need some intelligence to succeed?
The answer to all this question is "No!" These are all typical mind-killers that we get taught in school, according to which only the smartest and best students will be successful later in their professional lives.
Good grades are not the basis for success
The biographies of many successful people prove that intelligence is not the basis for success in the sense of good school notes.
In the 80 years of the last century, psychology has become very intense in the investigation of classical intelligence tests and has found that intelligence is much more complex than IQ tests make us believe.
Talent and multiple intelligence
Howard Gardener, Professor in Educational Science and Psychology at the Harvard University, 1983 developed the theory that each of these exceptional people has some form of intelligence that is not usually thought of as one-dimensional intelligence, but as a talent.
Gardener derived from the observation of talented and talented people the theory of multiple intelligences.
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