It’s time to step out of the shadows and taking leap of faith into life.
I’m back, and better than ever. After making a few changes to my mindset, I’ve officially been sold that I’m on the better path of a growth mindset.
What is a growth mindset, you ask? …Ask and you shall receive!
Carol Dweck researched about mindsets, and how this can impact a child’s learning throughout the early years. It is highly recommended that teachers support students and encourage them to have a growth mindset instead of a fixed mindset.
A growth mindset is where intelligence can be learned and those who possess it will have a willingness to learn. When it comes to challenges, you will embrace them and always continue to persevere. Even if one door closes, there will always be other ways of getting in. If you make mistakes, learn from the criticism and feedback because that’s how you’ll become better. Seeing the success of others helps you gather inspiration and understand how they managed to get there. By possessing all these traits, you will end up having a greater sense of the world and how it works if you just open your mind to it.
So if you believe, you will achieve and you will succeed, even if it takes some time. You just need to set your mind to it. You got this. Time to kickstart this and make it great again.