The Drive to Relentless Success
Courage, resilience and growth mindset: a key trio.
There are two different mindsets we can experience: the fixed mindset or the growth mindset. The fixed mindset involves believing that your qualities cannot be changed and are set in stone.
The growth mindset, on the other hand, involves believing that you can cultivate your basic qualities through your own efforts.
Often, people have a fixed mindset about one aspect of their lives but have a growth mindset about another. Perhaps you've always thought you were bad at math and believe that others are born with an innate ability to calculate. However, you are confident in your musical talent and seek out opportunities to demonstrate it whenever you can. You believe it's a skill you can develop with time and practice.
Every time you show your talent and receive positive feedback, you use it to improve. You feel motivated to keep practicing and perfecting your skills.
With this in mind, it's easy to see why having a fixed mindset holds you back, preventing you from taking advantage of the opportunities that come your way. But how do you develop a growth mindset?
The answer lies in grit and resilience. These three things work together to form a key trio that prepares you to overcome adversity and achieve success in your life.