Do you have a growth mindset? Do you even know what a growth mindset is? Maybe you do. But until recently, I didn’t.
And when I went on a little journey to learn more about it (and how to get one o’ them fancy mindsets for myself), what I learned kind of blew my mind… set.
To get you started on your own journey to a growth mindset—which, according to the scientists basically unlocks your full potential as a human—I’ll ask you a question:
When I say Michael Jordan, what comes to mind first?
- Raw talent?
You might expect any of those answers. But what about hard work? Did that make your list? And if so, how far down?
When the typical sports fan watches clips of Jordan and sees his career stats, they picture the talent he had to possess to achieve that.
But what does Jordan think about Jordan’s career? If you listen, you’ll hear him say it many times: incredibly hard work is what made him the legacy he is today.
From the outside, his talent looks effortless. But from the inside, apparently, it looks the opposite.
As humans, a minimum of 60% of our communication is nonverbal. That means the majority of our connection with the people around us comes through our body language, facial expressions and voice tone. However, we tend to put all of our eggs in the verbal basket—focusing on what we are going to say not how we want to say it.
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