I think our mindset practices help us achieve goals throughout our lives because these mindset practices help us learn more in the future. It also helps us know what’s expected of us if we use the five growth mindset rules (Ready to Learn, Ready to Care, Ready to Try Again, Ready to Accept Help, and Ready to Lead)!
For example, in the article, Summit Success, Blind man Eric Weihenmayer climbed all seven original summits, and how do you think he did it? He did it by learning with his research and mistakes he made, his care for his equipment and summit team, when his research wasn’t helping or he couldn’t get up a certain summit, he just didn’t give up, he tried again! When he was stuck or going the wrong way, his team had to help him, and he had to accept help! And when his crew didn’t know what to do, he had to lead them! If you go ask him about these mindset rules, this might be what he might say about him and the rules!
The next article is A Courageous Climb, featuring a courageous climber who lost his legs, Colton Carlson! When he lost his legs, he had to learn how to walk with prosthetic legs! When he formed his climbing team of already wounded soldiers, he had to care for them as much as him. When he was learning how to walk with prosthetic legs, he had to keep on trying again every time he messed up! When his legs got blown up, he had to accept help from some paramedics and doctors! And when his wounded team didn’t know what to do, Colton had to lead them! I believe he would say the same!
Now, for the third article of this piece, No Summit Out of Sight, with a climber who climbed all 8 summits, Jordan Romero! Before he ever wanted to climb these summits or start climbing in the first place, Jordan had to learn about the summits with research.When Jordan was climbing some regular mountains and getting some creatures on the way up, he had to care for the animals, so he doesn’t hurt them. When Jordan had to convince his parents to let him climb the 8 summits and his parents wouldn’t say yes, he had to keep on trying again! When his parents finally said yes, but said he can’t go alone, Jordan had to accept help from his parents! And when his parents were stuck, confused, or lost, Jordan had to lead his parents! I’m really sure that Jordan would agree with me on this one!
And now, for our final article, this one is called Ready for Everest, with a brave 12 year old boy named Tyler Armstrong! Before Tyler climbed a real summit, he had to learn how to climb carefully, so he doesn’t severely injure himself! When he was learning how to climb, he had to care for his teacher(s). When he was climbing the tallest summits of Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania, Africa, Mount Elbrus, in Russia, Europe, and Aconcagua, in Argentina, South America, he had to try again, since he would mess up a little bit! So he doesn’t severely get injured, Tyler needed to accept help from teachers, who could help Tyler with his climbing skills. And, when he is almost to the top of a summit, he had to lead himself up that summit, to the tippy top of the summit, and yell to the world, ” I DID THE IMPOSSIBLE!!!” Tyler Armstrong would be so happy to hear this!!!
And now that you know how the school rules apply with the life’s of Eric Weihenmayer, Colton Carlson, Jordan Romero, and Tyler Armstrong, you can follow them! They showed that it doesn’t matter about what the actual challenge is, but what you want to follow, because everything, no matter how many times you failed, will someday, someday, succeed.
Future WWE wrestler,