You know that feeling when you face a great opportunity; personal, professional or for your business, and you see how it could change your life, boost your health, wealth and/or happiness? All you need to do is to say 'yes' and go for it.
The first one can be met at individuals who believe that both success and failure are based mainly on innate abilities, which cannot be changed throughout one's lifetime, while the second mindset describes a person who is aware of the changes and improvements that the personal actions can bring.
One useful thing to remember when facing challenges is that having a growth mindset allows you to live a less stressful and more successful life. Therefore, take any given opportunity to you learn and, therefore, grow from your experiences. Three steps worth considering when you find yourself outside your comfort zone:
evaluate your reactions to new situations
try to become curious when realizing that you are out of your comfort zone
take every new challenge as an opportunity to learn.
permeates Carol Dweck's concept of Mindset through every aspect of our lives. One area particularity affected is in the workplace. We spend half of our day at work (some of you likely spend more than half) and both your mindset and the mindset of those around you will have a significant impact on your life, especially the mindset of your boss.