What Is A Mindset?

What is a mindset by Tony de Bree

Morning,

since the beginning of the Covid-91, there is a lot of talk online and offline around different types of ‘mindsets’ including for instance an ‘entrepreneurial mindset’ that you need to have to start your own company online for instance. But what is mindset?

What is a mindset?

A mindset is a frame of mind, a collection of personal thoughts, personal beliefs and personal values that in turn shape our thought habits. And these in their turn affect how we think, what we feel, what we do and our  attitude.

More: ‘What is future-proofing yourself?’, 7 Tips To Achieve A Positive Mindset During This Crisis’  ‘Why You Should Focus On Relevant Life-Long Learning During Covid-19’ 

To be successfull as a manager in a large corporate of in another large traditional organisation requires a specific mindset. If you want be a successful independent entrepreneur and survive this Covid-19 pandemic, then that requires a completely different mindset from the first examples of functions and roles all together.

In both cases, you will need a lot of resilience to survive and overcome this difficult period. If you want to know what resilience is, check out this blog if you want to know what that is.

Kind regards,
Tony de Bree

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About the Author: tonydebree

Tony de Bree worked in Financial Services including in corporate venturing and e-commerce for 26 years and he made the transition from banker to entrepreneur working from home and making money online with his own "online plan b" with digital products as side-hustles in 2000 and as hybrid business owner since 2011. Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, he helps corporates, small business owners, startups & scaleups to define and implement the best digital survival strategy and he helps managers and employees to become a successful entrepreneur with a personal digital-right skilling plan.

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