in the book, mindset, carol dweck shares howa simple idea about the brain can create a love of learning and resilience that is thebasis of great accomplishment in every area of workand life. here are the 5 key takeaways from dweckâ€™sbook: one. adopt a growth mindset and focus on learningover achievement. when you focuson a growth mindset, you embrace all the things that have felt threatening. instead ofdepending on luck or â€œnaturalâ€ talent,
you focus on developing your skills and abilities,and learning from your efforts. two. the growth mindset allows you to love whatyouâ€™re doing. with a fixed mindset, youlove the score. with the growth mindset, you love the processand the growth. focus on theprocess and growth will come and you will consistently stick with your desired outcome. three.
the growth mindset makes it worth it, regardlessof the outcome best. with the fixed mindset, unless you win, youlose. but with the growth mindset, thejourney is the reward, even when things donâ€™t go as planned. four. see your relationships from a growth mindset. have you ever heard â€œits all aboutwho you knowâ€. well, that is certainly true.
your relationships and who you are aroundmost can have a huge impact of your growth and mindset. five. we all have interests that we want to fulfill. donâ€™t let a fixed mindset hold you backfrom what youâ€™re capable of and instead focus on a clear-cut process that will getyou to your end goal. break the chains, let go. enjoy the process of becoming what youâ€™recapable of.
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