Hello again everyone,
Today I am going to be taking my previous ideas and plan out this project. If you want to read my notes, you can find them here: https://www.pa-mojabutterfly.c...ion-and-productivity
Research Round 1:
- What is a mindset?
- Are there different kinds of mindsets?
- Is there such a thing as a "healthy" mindset? An "unhealthy" one?
- How much of our life does our mindset impact?
Research Round 2:
- Are mindsets changeable? If so, what is needed to change one?
- Can we change our mindsets without intending to?
- How does self-awareness (regarding flaws) impact ability to change?
- How do mindsets change as we mature?
Research Round 3:
- How much control do we have over:
- Our emotions
- Our moods
- Our outbursts (e.g. yelling at someone for something they did)
- Our relationships and our perception of these relationships
- How we see others' actions
- How does a mindset impact perception (of ourselves and of others)
Research Round 4:
- How can we lessen the impacts of emotional outbursts, and why do they happen?
- What causes individuals to overload and snap at others? What makes people cry?
- How does a mindset impact productivity, and why is procrastination so popular? What makes it popular?
I may divide my third research round into two depending on the amount of information I find. I am rather excited to look into this for a number of reasons. First, I am interested in meditation, yoga, and the research behind why they work to calm and de-stress an individual. Second, I want to see why people will suddenly lose their temper over something (little or big). Third, I want to know what contributes to a healthy mindset, and how having an "unhealthy" mindset can be detrimental. Lastly, I want to see why a little action or phrase or word can be interpreted in so many different ways.
A few sites that I found that could be useful in my research are:
Thank you guys for reading my post! As always, any critiques, suggestions, or questions are welcomed, thank you.
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