According To Science, These Are The Differences Between Successful And Unsuccessful Brains
The brains of successful and unsuccessful people are separated by the way they view personal change.
According to Next Shark, Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck has found that successful people believe they can improve by taking on challenges, whereas unsuccessful people believe they are stuck the way they are and do not welcome opportunities for improvement.
She calls these two mentalities the growth and fixed mindsets.
This infographic made by Nigel Holmes displays the most important aspects of these belief systems as well as what it takes to break away from a point of view that is restricting your potential.