And the key to grit is mindset. Dweck observed two different mindsets in her research: a fixed mindset and a growth mindset. A fixed mindset implies a belief that intelligence is static; people are bo...
rn talented and gifted, and those characteristics are immutable. A growth mindset holds that one's ability to learn can be improved with effort. Our ability to learn can change with time and that the problems we face are puzzles, opportunities to learn, rather than tools to reinforce intelligence. In other words, the mind has a plasticity, a flexibility, an ability to evolve.
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