“After decades of research, world-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol S. Dweck, Ph.D., discovered a simple but groundbreaking idea.”
Do you know what it is?
It’s the power of your mindset. How you think about yourself, your skills, your abilities, etc. have a shockingly huge impact on pretty much everything – your success at work, at school, in the arts, in sports, even in dating, and mental health.
Now you may be saying to yourself, “But Lee-Anne, we’re born with a particular mindset and it can’t be changed.” That’s simply not the case. (And funnily enough, that’s an example of the unhelpful, fixed mindset.)
Not only is it pretty darn simple to change your mindset, you can maintain your growth mindset and use it to “foster outstanding accomplishment.” Source: Mindset: the new psychology of success, how we can learn to fulfill our potential.
Sound too good to be true? I promise you it’s not.
In my thirty-plus year career in Learning and Development, I put the concept of mindset up there in my top five learnings in my life. That’s how critical it is, not to mention helpful.
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