Believing that your qualities are carved in stone --the fixed mindset--creates an urgency to prove yourself over and over.
Carol Dweck

How to Overcome a False Growth Mindset

How to Overcome a False Growth Mindset

Jan 20, 2020-- "It all started when my Australian colleague Susan Mackie informed me that she was seeing more and more false growth mindset. This is when educators think and do all sorts of things that they simply call growth mindset. And then I started noticing it, too. Here's what I saw." Pioneering researcher and author of "Mindset: the New Psychology of Success, " Carol Dweck shares more about some of the most common mistakes people make when trying to embody the growth mindset. (5493 reads)


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