DWOJ Daily Words of Jesus Devotional Post April
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Tuesday, 5th April, 2022

Bible Reading:  2 Peter 1: 5-8

Memory Verse But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and for ever. Amen. 2 Peter 3:18 (KJV)

The growth mindset means believing that your abilities, personality and character can be developed and improved. A growth mindset leads towards constantly undertaking new challenges, being focused on learning and personal growth, trying new things and learning from failure, persisting through obstacles, minding constructive criticism and feedback from the environment, finding inspiration in other people’s success and achieving personal peak performance in different areas of life with long-term effort.

If you have the growth mindset, you are very well aware that effort is the road to mastery. Here are a few examples of thinking based on the growth mindset:

1. I can learn everything I want to do.

2. The success of other people inspires me.

3. I like challenges and I want to constantly challenge myself.

4. With effort I improve, learn and grow.

5. When I fail, I can learn.

Growth mindset means that you believe in personal evolution and that you can improve your character by working on yourself. In business, the growth mindset is called Kaizen and it means constant improvement. With the growth mindset, you don’t take things as they are, but you know you can always improve them in one way or another.

The difference between the growth mindset and the fixed mindset was introduced by Stanford professor Dr. Carol Dweck based on many years of scientific research. The growth mindset goes extremely well together with the Kaizen philosophy from production methodology focused on eliminating waste in business.

There is always a way to do things better, make them better and improve them. You might not be able make yourself 5cm taller, but you can definitely become smarter, fitter, sharper, more goal-oriented, exposed to many more opportunities, and so on. Only with the growth mindset can you become the best version of yourself.

Quote:  Kaizen is the Japanese word for “good change”

Prophetic Decree:  I break the your of stagnancy within and around you, in Jesus name.

Prayer Focus

1. Thank you Father because you don’t change but you change things.

2. Wind of positive change, blow within and around me, in Jesus mighty name.

3. I break the yoke of limiting mindset, in Jesus name.

4. I receive grace for continous improvement and better performance, in Jesus mighty name.

5. I receive grace to reinvent myself, in Jesus name.

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: Judges 16-18

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