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You appear to have a Fixed Mindset. The danger in having a fixed mindset is that there is nowhere to go or grow. A person with this mindset tends to limit themselves and others unknowingly. A fixed mindset also prompts you to award or think highly of others based on traits instead of merit.
Change your mindset for the better. Open yourself to smart growth marked by self-knowledge, self-awareness, and emotional intelligence. In doing so, you will open yourself to personal and professional development.
Are you ready to break the chains of a fixed mindset?
Read more on Mindsets.
Wonderful job you Maven in the making! Be sure to download your certificate. You have a Growth Mindset, and as a result, you are capable and ready to become a Maven of Self. You are committed to acquiring self-knowledge and practicing self-awareness. You believe that you are capable of self-development. You know that your mistakes are part of your learning. You understand that your talent can be crafted and cultivated. You know that you will change for the better through hard work, good habits, and positive reinforcement. Your mindset is the best for continuous self-improvement and for reaching your full potential in everything you do.
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I believe in natural talent. You either have it or you don’t.
Where there is a will, there is a way.
I believe that through practice I can acquire new skills.
I seek self-enlightenment.
“It is what it is.” What do you think of this statement?