A Joosr Guide to Mindset by Carol Dweck, Joosr

A Joosr Guide to Mindset by Carol Dweck

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Do you feel you're not as successful as you deserve to be? You may be surprised to learn that you have much more control over your successes and failures than you think. In fact, the key to your success may be in your own mindset.

Do you feel a constant need to prove yourself? Or perhaps you believe that if things don't come easily, it's just not worth trying? Are you afraid to fail? You might have what Dr. Carol Dweck calls a “fixed mindset”, which is constantly holding you down and keeping you from success. If this is you, then reading Mindset will give you the tools to change the way you think, letting you grow as a person and ultimately enabling you to reach the success you deserve!

You will learn:

· What damage a fixed mindset can do to your closest relationships

· How your own mindset will affect the mindsets of your children

· How the world's greatest athletes use the power of a growth mindset to become champions.
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vlanikaihas quoted7 days ago
mindset is a crucial factor in determining whether they succeed or fail throughout their lif
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Mr. Destiny 9 and 14has quoted3 years ago
If you have a fixed mindset and you fail, that experience will become a defining moment that classifies you personally as a failure. You believe your potential never changes and can be evaluated permanently at any given moment. Your underlying goal in most things is to prove how smart you are and assert your superiority over others.
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