What does your perspective look like when you change your mind?
Mindsets are based in the accumulation of identity, meaning, life experiences, and assumptions that each of us make about how the world, and the systems in it, should work.
Mindsets are also backed up by the accumulated cruft of judgments, frames, attributions, and other cognitive “ticks” that people exhibit in their thinking and behavioral choices.
Many of the aspects of mindsets are considered by individuals to be fixed: they are what they are and there’s little point in attempting to change them.
Some of the aspects of mindsets are considered by some individuals to be changeable: they can be grown, can shift, can be made to serve a person rather than the other way around.
Changing your mind can come in many forms: through seeking new knowledge, through taking on new challenges, through deciding what not to do, or even through seeking forgiveness and reconciliation with another.
The journey from here to there is important. But not nearly as important as it is for you to tell us what it looks like from that new perspective.