This Infographic Shows the Clear Difference Between Successful and Unsuccessful Brains

As most entrepreneurs know, when it comes to being successful, a lot of it is determined by your mindset. Through hardships, daunting challenges, and failure, keeping the right mindset will always overcome that point where you just quit. This is the point that Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck makes from her studies on the different mindsets of people facing challenges- check it out below:

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Taschen book: mindsets

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In the end, Dweck explains that her “research has shown that the view you adopt for yourself profoundly affects the way you lead your life. It can determine whether you become the person you want to be and whether you commit to and accomplish the things you value.”  Dweck’s study shows overall that attaining success is really all in your head. So how do you view yourself?

H/T: PolicyMic

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