Sunday Retazo

By Joe Sehrawat

🍀 BRAIN Vs MINDSET - Issue #103





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Sunday Retazo

June 19 · Issue #103 · View online

Hi, I am JOE and I write on "Mindful Productivity & Cerebral Happiness". My weekly newsletter is an endeavour to share life lessons, some thoughts, quotes and links to articles/podcasts/books, I discover over the week. Let's gear up to connect the dots and 'Unlock Human Potential'.

Hey friends,
This week was super hectic for me. I was doing a few things the very first time in a much bigger judgemental environment. Besides being in the centre of an observational lens, I was also carrying the huge expectation of people around me, who had explicitly placed their trust in my ability to pull off the event. In, my view placing trust along with the freedom to execute a task is the fastest way to raise a sense of responsibility for the doer.
I am a great believer in having a variety of mindsets which can be applied in numerous dynamic situations/environments.
My experience tells me that having a ‘Learner’s Mindset’ is the backbone of any intellectually spinning activity and it provides a huge advantage. It helps you in optimising your performance and keeps you level-headed in the game.
The brain itself does not do anything except fulfilling its responsibility to regulate the budget of the human body. As we grow, this very brain turns into a mind when we start identifying human emotions and catalogue them in various categories ( The Secret Life Of Brain). But the onus of developing the mindsets to deal with problems of varying complexity in your chosen environment will always be on you and only you.
Beginner’s Mindset and Learner’s Mindset’ are the two best approaches to handle most dynamic situations whether they are occurring on personal or professional fronts.
You get into a ‘Learner’s Mindset’ only when your ego doesn’t get in the way. Although you know you’re doing the right things but by adopting this mindset, you are very much keeping the possibilities of new learnings live.
I find that adopting Learner’s Mindset is useful in almost every domain of life, not just those in which we’re actively engaged.
There are always going to be people who may carry a different mindset than we are. Having a Learner’s Mindset helps us to absorb the maximum new impressions from any intellectually stimulating environment. I always thrive on such challenges and rejoice in the opportunity to learn from these events and that’s what precisely I did.
Have a great week!

❤️ 🧠My Favourite Things of the Week : 🧤🧤
Hey friends, In this section, I share some of the valuable Life Lessons, Thoughts, Quotes, and Links to articles/podcasts/books which I discover over the week. Do check them out as well:-
Joe Sehrawat
One of the way to mess up a good thing is to try and accelerate the natural pace of things into an unnatural one. A good idea taken to the extreme is always a bad idea.
🍀 My Current Read 📖📖 👇
Review: “Phil,” by Alan Shipnuck - The New York Times
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I will meet you next Sunday with another edition of ‘Sunday RETAZO’. Till then “Take good care of yourself”.
Joe Sehrawat
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