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Summary of “Mindset: The Psychology Of Success – By Carol Dweck”

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  • f4ymnhdrmthas quotedlast year
    You need to see things in perspective because the way you embrace your unique point of view will profoundly redirect and affect your way of leading your life. In this regard, you can determine who you want to be or what you can accomplish, putting more value into your life.
  • b0518024627has quotedlast year
    ORIGINAL BOOK DESCRIPTION

    PINPOINT & ACCOMPLISH:

    Your mindset will shape whether you believe you can learn, change and grow

    BLACK & WHITE vs. RAINBOW?:

    The main differences between a fixed and a growth mindset

    STATIC ABILITY:

    Talent is the only existing ability for a fixed mindset – stagnant living

    DEPRESSIVE BLANK SPACE:

    A perfect box filled with blank greatness

    FAILURE IS YOURS TO EMBRACE:

    Failure is the most significant gift you’ve ever given to yourself!

    DEVELOPED ABILITY:

    Possibilities will be endless, just like your growth and development
  • Лиза Семёноваhas quoted3 years ago
    With this kind of mindset, they will always feel threatened by others because they believe their entire personality is at stake. In order for everything to be running accordingly, they seek approval to protect their egos and they need a confirmation for their greatness.
  • Линаhas quoted4 years ago
    mmediate outcome, preferably the easy way. That easy way is the enormous power of natural talent, so they believe they don’t need to work hard because they are gifted. That’s what they count on and it is exactly the reason for their lack of improvement and bettering of themselves. They never question what they know and they are not interested in what they don’t know.
  • Линаhas quoted4 years ago
    You need to nourish talent, to work it and to exhaust every piece of information in order to be completely original
  • Линаhas quoted4 years ago
    Self-fulfillment plays a major role in your life, through a growth mindset

    As a conclusion, I don’t want to tell you what direction you should be following. Everyone is different and that’s good. You just need to take a look in the mirror and acknowledge your Self. You will be aware then of what you need to push in order to move forward with your life.

    There are people with a fixed mindset who believe their own development is based only on innate talent, leaving no room for improvement but only for unavoidable failure. There are also people with a growth mindset who thrive to achieve their maximum of their potential, living the life at its fullest and working hard through challenges and possibilitie
  • Линаhas quoted4 years ago
    There are also people with a growth mindset who thrive to achieve their maximum of their potential, living the life at its fullest and working
  • Линаhas quoted4 years ago
    fixed mindset who believe their own development is based only on innate talent, leaving no room for improvement but only for unavoidable failure
  • Линаhas quoted4 years ago
    For instance, it might happen to you to break a glass as an accident. A fixed-minded will think immediately that he is clumsy and that would be a mental punishment aggravating his state of mind. Conscious people such as growth-minded ones will first think that such an accident could happen to anyone; they will clean everything up and will learn to be more careful in the future. Do you see how clearly the difference between these two forms of mindset is?
  • Линаhas quoted4 years ago
    you will only need a clear focus, well placed strategies and an entire ocean of effort.
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