Researches show that there are two types of mindsets- fixed mindset and growth mindset

Researches show that there are two types of mindsets- fixed mindset and growth mindset.
Fixed mindset is a type of thinking that is based on the belief that our personality, character traits, talents, abilities and intellect are completely fixed. We are either clever or stupid. We are either talented in something (art, music, sports, mathematics, logic, etc.) or not. In the world there is a certain number of talented people, with whom others admire from the outside. Fixed thinking admits such statements as: “He will never learn to dance, no matter how hard he tries. He’s too clumsy “or” She has an easy hand-everything she touches, blooms, “or” She cannot fry an egg without setting a fire, “and so on.
Growth mindset is a completely opposite type of thinking, which reflects our belief that a person can do everything. Through perseverance and effort, any one of us can become what we want. There are no intelligent or stupid people – there are only those who have discovered the potential of their intellect. There are only very hardworking people who decided to raise their abilities to a higher level. There is no need to stand aside and admire someone – anyone can turn himself into such a person if he is passionate about something truly and ready to make efforts
People with fixed mindset consider themselves capable in this or that field, which means that each small success confirms their opinion of themselves, and each small failure is experienced by them very painfully, undermining faith in themselves.
People with the growth mindset believe that success is more the result of effort, rather than raw talent. Therefore, such people work hard to constantly grow and improve. Their success is earned and never taken for granted. They are referred to failures as opportunities for further improvement.
How to develop a growth mindset?
Hobby
Try to find out the sectors where you can achieve success and really keen to work! Give yourself to it with all passion, with interest, with desire! Lack of talent can be compensated by hard work. On a success the talent is seldom affected drastically. It only accelerates the achievement of success and facilitates the path, but you need to work as much as without talent and maybe even more.
Act!
Try to overcome fears that block your opportunities and make life boring. People with growth thinking differ in that they are ready to act to change their lives. Don’t wait for a moment. The best time is now.
Work harder
Don’t think that you are unable to do something — do your best even in the worst day. When you want to stop, “go” a little more. Insult, care and other emotions can also push you to more.
No complain
At any time, things may not go as you planned. Unforeseen difficulties should not upset you, oppress you and destroy your faith in yourself. Complaints are a sign of people with fixed thinking. Look for opportunities to solve the problem.
With these small and simple tips you will be able to develop growth thinking, learn how to treat failures in a new way, believe in yourself and eradicate bad habits.