mind-set


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a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations

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If Emiratis have this mind-set, we don't have a problem.
Cognizant of the anti-foundationalist view of mind-sets as insular and deeply totalizing, Garber wrote, "In a very real sense, the secular scientific view is as much a question of faith as is the theistic mind-set insofar as it cannot be established at the most fundamental level by rational argument alone.
of Rome), the terrorist mind-set exists regardless of social or religious conditions and can manifest itself in the form of terrorism at any time.
Equally as trenchant, but much more vociferous and emotional, is the mind-set of the apparent (media-led?
We've got to go out with the same mind-set and put in the same hard work.
Resistance: Identify in your company and overcome the four sources of resistance: fear, skepticism, frustration and embedded we/they mind-sets.
The physical rewards of exercise derive not just from muscular exertion but, to a surprising extent, from a person's mind-set about exercise, a new report suggests.
With so many sales and discounted items on Black Friday, be careful not to fall into the mind-set that everything is a steal.
Eventually, however, the bisexual Blechman found himself so intrigued by his own shocked reaction and by Stephens's crossover-appeal-be-damned mind-set that he signed on as executive producer.
Chase the lowest wage rates, wherever they may be in the world, according to this mind-set.
These investments should help execute strategy through the culture, mind-set, capabilities, and behaviors created.
The figures seem to have the same mind-set and limited emotional range--there is certainly no testing of the limits of human expressiveness of the kind found in Franz Xaver Messerschmidt's outwardly comparable sculptural self-portraits.
But even more important, I believe, was a mind-set to get things done, to get in gear, to act.
Stutz, she was in her early fifties, but embodied the mind-set of a much younger person--curious, inquisitive, always looking to discover new things.