Ever wonder why some people find it easier to become successful compared to others? If you look closely, you will probably find that these same people deal with their failures more gracefully as well. And they are in general, more satisfied and fulfilled with life. What sets these people apart from the others? What can we parents learn from these people, and become them ourselves? And equally important — how can we teach our children to grow up to be like that?
The answer may lie in their mindset, according to Dr. Carol Dweck, a professor of psychology at Stanford University. Her book on this topic, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success has struck a cord as much with academic researchers as with the CEOs of fortune 500 companies, and everyday parents like you and me.
I personally loved the simple idea presented by Dr. Dweck in this book, and how it provides the structure for understanding some of the very things we are trying to do in this wonderful A Fine Parent community. So, this month, let’s explore this concept in detail.
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