We often set artificial limitations on our abilities in life. For example, we may believe that we’ll never be good at creative writing, public speaking, or other valuable skills. In some cases, we reach these conclusions based on a few early attempts that either didn’t go well or ended with a negative experience.
Mindset by Carol S. Dweck is about unlocking our full potential by maintaining a growth mindset. Rather than assuming our abilities are static or fixed, this mindset recognizes that we can develop new skills over time. So, by switching from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset, we can unlock new options for ourselves and others.
With that in mind, let’s explore my three favorite insights from the book.
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