Science Shows the Difference Between Successful and Unsuccessful People’s Brains

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What’s the best way to take control of your own life and push yourself against boundaries?

According to Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck, it’s all about your mindset. Successful people tend to focus on growth, solving problems and self-improvement, while unsuccessful people think of their abilities as fixed assets and avoid challenges.

Dweck says that there are two basic categories that peoples’ behavioral traits tend to fall into: fixed and growth mindsets. This infographic by Nigel Holmes summarizes these differences

Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor‘s insight:

The psychology of success, in one chart.

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