Basically, it analyzes the 2 types of mind sets a person can have:
- a fixed mind set
- a growth mind set
...and when it comes to success, would a positive attitude triumph over intelligence.
"I think I can, I think I can"
It does go on to say that which ever type you may be you can change and grow.
I personally have known enough of both. There are the "fixed" types, who say, "this is what I've done and this is how I will workout". The "growth" crowd tend to say, " I'll do whatever it takes, and I'll meet at 5am because I want to get the workout in before work".
No, I don't mean strut around like the mayor of the gym in tapout gear with headphones so loud we can hear them on the other side of the facility.
Be the growth mindset who believes success depends on new ways of thinking, and where gains are right around the corner.
I try always to approach each workout as if it were the game changer. Workouts should not be stale. If you feel they are, it's time to switch them up. I also try to instill that change=grow, grow=gains, gains = satisfaction.
Now, are you fixed, or growth?