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Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

Carol Dweck

This book revolutionizes the way we think about our abilities to change and grow. It also creates a common language on fixed and growth mindset among many. The book explores the concept of a "growth mindset," which is the belief that one's abilities can be developed through hard work, effort, and perseverance. Dweck contrasts this with a "fixed mindset," which is the belief that one's abilities are set in stone and cannot be changed.

Having a growth mindset leads to greater success in personal and professional life. Dweck explains that those with a growth mindset embrace challenges, learn from failure, and persevere in adversity. Conversely, a fixed mindset holds individuals back as they avoid challenges and fear failure. However, mindsets can change. You'll find useful tips on how to develop a growth mindset, emphasizing embracing challenges, viewing failure as growth opportunities, and focusing on the learning process. Mindsets also encompass talents, personality, and moral qualities, empowering individuals to change themselves and the world. They extend to organizations, cultures, and societies, fostering innovation, adaptability, and success.


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