Summary: Adopting The Creator Mindset

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Adopting the Creator Mindset You have to ask yourself if you think as a Victim or you want to be a Creator. If you think like a Victim you will not reach your goals. If you want to become a creator you will achieve your goals; therefore we should find a solution to overcome obstacles and be a Creator, because success comes with knowing and identifying yourself to be either a Victim or a Creator. A Victim is the one who can’t feel he controls what happens and he will do nothing about it. While a Creator feels he can control what happens and resolves to achieve it. In Merman’s article the author talks about two different students. One who chose to be a Victim by finding excuses and blaming it on others. “It wasn’t my fault, it was the bookstore’s fault” (Mirman’s Article). The other student chose to be a Creator by overcoming the obstacles and trying multiple ways till he reached his goal. He didn’t ask “Whose…show more content…
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