These Are the Skills You Should Learn That Will Pay Off Forever
World Economic Forum, 2017
Learn how to cultivate the mindset of a lifelong learner.
According to renowned Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck, a “growth mind-set” – the belief that you can keep improving yourself through practice and effort – distinguishes successful people from others. In this article, Dr. Travis Bradberry, co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0, identifies nine important skills that will help you cultivate a growth mind-set in yourself. getAbstract believes that everybody who wants to climb the career ladder while having a good time doing so will benefit from his advice.
About the Author
Travis Bradberry, PhD, is the co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and president at the consultancy TalentSmart.
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