Malvika explains Fixed Mindset vs Growth Mindset with her story of surviving the bomb blast
Join me in suppressing your fixed mindset voice, and empowering your growth mindset voice. It was the year 2002. The clock had stopped at 1:15 PM after a loud sound. A grenade exploded in my hands. I was 13 years old. When my fixed mindset voice spoke to me, I was afraid. I couldn’t believe my own thoughts. Succumbing to my injuries was fate. But staying down wallowing in self-pity was a choice. A choice I didn’t want to make. And then, my growth mindset voice showed me a world full of opportunities and hope.
Succumbing to my injuries was fate. But staying down wallowing in self-pity was a choice. A choice I didn’t want to make.Tweet
Malvika explains how to become and stay motivated with her story of surviving the bomb blast
Motivation is the driver for everything. Sometimes, just motivation is not enough. To encourage lasting change, we also need the 3Rs of motivation! I have nerve paralysis on my right leg from the bomb blast. I cannot walk or stand for more than five minutes without feeling excruciating pain in my legs. And last year, I experienced a few episodes of panic attacks. Watch this video to see how the 3Rs of motivation helped me practice mindfulness and exercise everyday to walk better.
Malvika explains how to accept oneself with her story of surviving the bomb blast
A grenade exploded in my hands when I was 13 years old and made me an amputee. Watch this short video to learn how I embraced my imperfections and celebrated my life despite the challenges.