By Michael Segovia  |  August 3, 2020

Taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) assessment to identify your personality type is an important self-awareness opportunity, but it doesn’t tell the whole story of who you are. This is especially the case for people with growth mindsets.

The concept of a growth mindset and its opposite, a fixed mindset, was developed by the psychologist Carol Dweck. According to Dweck’s research, individuals vary in their understandings of where their skills and abilities come from. Those who have fixed mindsets believe their abilities are innate and cannot really be improved. If they fail at some task, they feel it’s because they lack the necessary ability and, well, that’s that.

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