Understanding The Con cept
What Are The Types?
How It May Affect You
Growth and fixed mindsets can profoundly affect your overall attitude, motivation, and accomplishments.
As already mentioned, a growth mindset involves believing that intelligence and skills are not set in stone but rather malleable through hard work and dedication.
Adopting this mentality allows you to take risks and approach obstacles with positivity. You will be more likely to push yourself to reach your goals rather than become discouraged when faced with difficulties.
Moreover, when faced with failure, people with growth mindsets are more likely to accept it and take it as a lesson.
This is what learning from experience is, and being able to practice it will give you a massive push toward accomplishing your goals.
On the other hand, a fixed mindset implies that you believe that your abilities are limited by genetics or other external sources beyond your control.
This can lead to complacency and and unwillingness to attempt more challenging tasks due to fear of failure or criticism.
You can imagine how limiting this mindset is, as it will ultimately make you stay in your comfort zone.
Ultimately, having a growth mindset is essential to foster creativity and self-improvement.
In this first part of our series about mindset, we have looked closely into the mindset and its two main types – fixed and growth.
We think it’s safe to say that we all have a little bit of both fixed and growth mindsets in us.
The challenge is recognizing which one is driving our decisions and reactions and then working on cultivating the aspects of the growth mindset.
It’s not easy – but it can be incredibly rewarding when we see ourselves growing and learning new things.
So if you want to figure out which mindset is more prevalent in you and how you can change
it to help your growth, jump on to the next part of our mindset series.
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