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Spring into a Growth Mindset

Spring into a Growth Mindset

Spring is a great time to awaken new and fresh ideas. Spring can be considered a time of reawakening as we watch the snow melt, the plants and flowers emerge from the soil, and the temperature gauge increase again. As the earth wakes up, feelings of inspiration, motivation, and hope arise in our beings. 

You may feel a sense of rebirth and a readiness to shed old layers, release limiting beliefs, and step into new endeavors and relationships. Spring is an effective time to prepare yourself for success and bring your dreams and desires to fruition. The realization of these dreams starts with having a growth mindset, making space, remembering your potential, and taking action. 

Growth Mindset

A growth mindset occurs when you develop your strengths and skills through strategy, hard work, and constructive criticism. Individuals who adopt a growth mindset tend to achieve more by embracing challenges; they constantly strive to advance and do better. 

Within a growth mindset, failures are seen as temporary setbacks, as there is always room to grow and learn, regardless of age or level of expertise. Being in a growth mindset requires welcoming feedback as part of the process of learning and developing. 

Doing something you have never done before, even if you might not be good at it, is also part of a growth mindset. It is unrealistic to think that you will be good at every new thing you try, but don’t let that stop you. With a bit of practice and commitment, you are bound to improve, especially with a growth mindset. 

Here are a few action items you can try this spring to encourage a growth mindset: 

  • Enhance your knowledge with new books to expand your thoughts 
  • Ask your boss or supervisor for constructive criticism or an evaluation on performance
  • Take a workshop or seminar to learn new business and career skills 
  • Enlist a life coach to help plan goals, set paths to success, and obtain accountability
  • Work with an executive coach to help you advance your business and career
  • Stay open-minded and practice attentive listening
  • Find a mentor to help with feedback and advice 
  • Learn to beat procrastination with time management and motivation
  • Take on a new challenge 
  • Network to increase your contacts

Spring Organization 

In addition to springing into all the potential that is the spring season, spring is also a time to declutter mentally, physically, and emotionally. It is vital to make space for the things you want to bring into your life, which requires intentional clearing and letting go.  

Clearing out your physical space is therapeutic and inspires greater productivity. This process brings clarity of mind and renewed enjoyment of the area around you. Once the clearing out has begun, you will feel the heaviness lifted. You will be able to recognize what was taking up space unnecessarily in your life and find peace and clarity of thought in letting go.      

Write it Out

Journaling is an underrated way to mentally and emotionally clear things out. You might be feeling stagnant or sluggish from the winter season. There could be some matters stuck or hidden in your subconscious mind. Instead of suppressing your emotions, put pen to paper and express yourself. When you can identify what you are feeling and how these feelings came to be, you increase your emotional intelligence. If journaling isn’t your thing, try writing out clear and concise lists that pertain to reaching your goals or making decisions. 

Reaping what you Sow

Think back to the end of the fall season, when we were transitioning to winter. What were you preparing for? What were you looking forward to? What were particular beliefs or habits you promised yourself? Now is a perfect time to revisit some of these thoughts and intentions. Life looks different now, so it is prudent to be flexible in your approach as you reach new heights. Being adaptable and enjoying the process is a massive part of a growth mindset. 

Here are some examples of adaption through a growth mindset:

Maybe your goal was to enhance your business skills through a webinar, but you couldn’t attend. You can change your plan to research and read a book on the business skills you intended to learn about. 

If you intended to follow-through on your goals this year but you aren’t making much progress, signing yourself up for a life coach is a great way to hold yourself accountable and reach your goals in a more time-efficient way! 

If you invested a lot of time into your career, but it is no longer what you are passionate about, you could go back to school or sign up for a business coach to help you onto a new path and inspire ideas for your future career. 

If you tried to land a new job but couldn’t find one, setup time to network and find a mentor who could lead you to the next job of your dreams. 


The spring season intrinsically encourages a surge of energy and inspiration. By following the natural rhythm of the season with a growth mindset, you can optimize your development and results. It is an excellent time of year to put forth remastered ideas, start new projects, and improve your life. Allow your growth mindset to flourish alongside nature this spring season. 

Disclaimer: This article is for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be and should not be taken as professional medical, psychological, legal, investment, financial, accounting, or tax advice. Arootah does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or suitability of its content for a particular purpose. Please do not act or refrain from acting based on anything you read in our newsletter, blog or anywhere else on our website.

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Nora Spurgin
Nora Spurgin
1 year ago

I’m writing my memoirs and find myself referring back to some of the journaling done over the years. Wish I had done more. You remind me to continue even at this point in my life.

Christina Lobraico
Christina Lobraico
1 year ago

Spring cleaning always uplifts my mood. I find reorganizing and rearranging with the seasons therapeutic. Fresh start vibes set the tone for growth.

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