How we handle failure is more important than how we handle success. We are all going to experience failure at some point in our lives, and our attitude about that failure is what determines whether we bounce back or fall hard. Success is often attributed to hard work, but the truth is that mindset is what makes it all happen. According to Carol Dweck, a researcher at Stanford University, there are two types of mindsets: a fixed mindset and a growth mindset. Having a growth mi
One of the ways to start the new year off on the right foot is by addressing mindset issues that arose in this year. By implementing the right tools you will more easily bridge the gap between 2018 work and 2019 goals.
First and foremost is to have the right attitude. You've heard the phrase, attitude is everything. A positive attitude will is the foundation for your hard work to fall in line easily. Expect the best to happen. But attitude isn't just about being positive.
More than just your waistline suffers during the busy holiday season. All of the extra parties, gatherings, shopping and more make it difficult to keep a strong work mindset. Starting now, we encourage you to work on mastering a more mindful mindset, which will bring more success.
1. Have a contingency plan
What happens when everything hits the fan all at once? How do you handle the unexpected bumps in the road in a calm, cool and collected manner? Decide ahead of time wha