by David McLeod | Aug 24, 2020 | No Comments

Many teachers suggest that we all have unlimited potential. If you have a “Fixed Mindset”, you will have difficulty believing this because your mindset will tell you that you have only a certain amount of intelligence and capability that cannot be changed over time. On the other hand, if you have a “Growth Mindset”, then you probably resonate with that statement, and likely take more chances in life because you are willing to risk failure in order to grow. Listen to this episode and find out more about how you can maximize your own potential, no matter what kind of mindset you currently have.

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