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The Importance of a Growth Mindset vs. a Fixed Mindset

Updated: May 20, 2022

Are you ready for change? Can’t seem to stick to your new year’s resolution every year? It’s no secret that it can be hard to stick to healthy habits or learn new skills but the hardest part is getting out of your own head.


You are your own worst enemy and you are a powerful thing, for better or for worse. The stress about stepping outside of your comfort zone to try something new can affect you more than you may realize. If you’re interested in actually sticking to your goals, building better habits, and reaching a higher level of achievement, take a look at these two basic mindsets that shape our lives:


What is a Fixed Mindset?

A fixed mindset is one where we convince ourselves that we don’t have full control over doing, creating, or changing in any meaningful way. This leaves us believing that success is not something we can control, it is just a matter of intelligence and luck. Avoiding failure at all costs becomes a way of maintaining the sense of being smart.


What is a Growth Mindset?

A growth mindset takes another approach by embracing challenge and sees failure as a wide open door for growth and revamping our current abilities. This mindset creates endless opportunities and triples our capacity for happiness.

If you want to learn fundamental habits that will lead to long-term, sustainable change, and are ready to invest the time in your own well-being, contact me today! You’ll experience what it’s like to make real change, develop new habits, and change your mindset.

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