Description: Carol Dweck
TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 29
ENTJ - 14 vote(s)
ESTJ - 6 vote(s)
INTJ - 5 vote(s)
INFP - 2 vote(s)
INFJ - 1 vote(s)
ENFJ - 1 vote(s)
TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 31
8W7 - 11 vote(s)
3W2 - 7 vote(s)
5W6 - 5 vote(s)
3W4 - 4 vote(s)
1W9 - 2 vote(s)
1W2 - 2 vote(s)
In a growth mindset, people believe that their most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work—brains and talent are just the starting point. This view creates a love of learning and a resilience that is essential for great accomplishment. Virtually all great people have had these qualities.
People in a growth mindset believe anyone can be good at anything, because your abilities are entirely due to your actions.
In a growth mindset, you believe “Anyone can be good at anything. Skill comes only from practice.”
The growth mindset believes trouble is just important feedback in the learning process.
In a growth mindset, your flaws are just a TO-DO list of things to improve.
In a growth mindset, you keep up your confidence by always pushing into the unfamiliar, to make sure you’re always learning.
In a growth mindset, you commit to mastering valuable skills regardless of mood, knowing passion and purpose come from doing great work, which comes from expertise and experience.
In a growth mindset, failures are temporary setbacks.
In a growth mindset, you believe a lasting relationship comes from effort and working through inevitable differences.
In a growth mindset, it’s all about the process, so the outcome hardly matters.