Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

Mindset

Authors: Carol S. Dweck,

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Success isn’t just a result of fate. Rather, it’s the result of effort. Dweck introduces you to the psychology of success, and two types of mindsets — fixed and growth. The former limits how far you can go in life, and assumes your talents are limited. But the latter is an unceasing desire to keep developing talents and is the secret of real success.

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