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Having a growth mindset is crucial to succeeding in the future of work.

When you have a growth mindset, you know you can change, improve, and overcome challenges. You look for ways to innovate and update yourself and your company.

Anyone can develop a growth mindset with practice. Here are three ways to embrace a growth mindset:

View Challenges as Opportunities

Most people view challenges as opportunities to fail or as things they can’t overcome. But people with a growth mindset see challenges as opportunities to overcome. By getting rid of the negative mindset and focusing on what you can learn from the challenge, you are more likely to grow and improve. When you view challenges as opportunities, you’re constantly pushing yourself outside your comfort zone and have more chances to grow and succeed.

Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help

People with a fixed mindset are focused on always looking smart, but people with a growth mindset embrace vulnerability and aren’t afraid to ask for help. Admit when you don’t know something and bring in other people when you need help. Asking for help gives you a chance to learn from others and improve.

Set Short-Term and Long-Term Goals

Goals are benchmarks for growth and improvement. Without goals, you’ll stay where it’s comfortable and have no reason to push yourself further. Visualize where you want to be and then work backward to set goals to get you there.

A growth mindset can make all the difference in your life and career. These three strategies can help you develop and embrace a growth mindset every day.

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