fiHow good was your first video? How good was your first marketing campaign? How good was your first sales pitch?

It is common for people to think that their learning is fixed, that they cannot learn certain topics because they were never good at them, like math. They don’t give themselves the credit they deserve for the things they have learned and don’t think of themselves as good learners. As a result, their self-esteem is wrapped up in false notions that the brain cannot expand, learn, experience, and then learn again. This is referred to as a fixed mindset as characterized by Dr. Carol Dweck in her book Mindset. Only we are all able to learn more, to process more, to expand what we are capable of if we believe in ourselves and in our ability to figure things out.

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Self-Confidence: do you believe in your ability to figure things out?

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