If you’ve ever wondered why some people seem to effortlessly achieve success while others struggle despite their intelligence, talent, or education, you’re not alone. For Stanford professor and Mindset Works co-founder, Carol Dweck, Ph.D., the answer lies in our mindset.
In her book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Dweck reveals that success is less about innate abilities and more about having the right mindset.
Her work focuses on why people succeed, and how it is possible to foster their success through cultivating a curious mindset.
In particular, a curious mindset is often cited as a key ingredient of a growth mindset, which can help propel individuals towards success. But how do you know what your mindset is? And how can you cultivate curiosity as a habit?
The first step is to become aware of your current mindset.
So, what’s your mindset? 🧐 Curiosity is often referred to as a key ingredient of a growth mindset. Yet, mindsets often vacillate between fixed, growth and somewhere in between. It’s an ongoing journey, therefore, to be aware of your mindset and continually nurture your curiosity.
After you take this Mindset Assessment, you will receive personalized feedback to fuel your growth mindset. Take the quiz >
Cultivating a curious mindset is an ongoing journey, and it requires conscious effort and practice. But the benefits of a growth mindset, including increased motivation, resilience, and personal and professional success, are well worth it. So, take the quiz, embrace the learning process, and let your curiosity guide you towards a growth mindset and a more fulfilling life.