An exponential mindset isn’t focused on making something better, it’s focused on making something different. (How to Create an Exponential Mindset by Mark Bonchek)
Most people have incremental mindsets that believe in minor improvements, but people who have exponential mindsets believe leaps of improvement are always possible.
A person with an exponential mindset isn’t a pie-in-the-sky dreamer, they simply believe there is a different way of doing things that will change the game. This way of thinking may seem less practical than an incremental mindset, but the trade-off is seeing past limitations that hold others back. Incremental thinking puts a limit on what you think is possible.
With an exponential mindset, anything feels possible.
It takes work to develop an exponential mindset, but if you believe you can do it, you’ve already got a head start!
Working to develop an exponential mindset gives you an edge over your competition, and it helps keep you on your toes so that you can adapt with rapid changes in your industry.
Even if you doubt any technological advances are going to swoop in and change the entire way you do business, keeping your mind open to those kinds of radical ideas keeps you ahead of the curve.
“Take a leap now to immerse yourself in the future so you’re able to get the most out of what’s coming.” (Lorenn Ruster)
Intrigued by this idea and want to develop your exponential mindset?
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