People with a fixed mindset think their talents and intelligence are simply fixed traits, and that talent alone creates success — without effort. They’re wrong. It takes making lots of mistakes and failing over and over again until you can tease out a kernel of something that rings like truth and comes from deep within. Getting to that requires most times dealing with long ago mindsets that we brought forward from situations or events that we experienced as a child.
It’s important to seek out those old mindsets that help keep us stuck, and actually speak them out loud, more than once. Then really puzzle through what you want to do with them. Start wondering if the mindset that carries these emotions were actually real. Wonder to yourself if the feelings you were having were appropriate for the situation or event, or if you were kind of imagining it to be worse than it really was.
Successful people know this. They invest an immense amount of time on a daily basis to develop a growth mindset, acquire new knowledge, learn new skills and tools and change their perception so that it can help them get to where they want to go. Aria Ready! Well are you?