The Power of Untapped Potential

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Making education work can sometimes be difficult and is almost always an ongoing effort. However, lifelong learning and the continual search for knowledge is more than just a functional aspect of our professional lives. Continual improvement is at the core of our human spirit. The ability to overcome obstacles, create new possibilities, and challenge ourselves to embrace our untapped potential is all done through a commitment to ongoing change.

Having a Growth Mindset means you’re not only open to learning, but you’re always leaning into new opportunities for development. In this short video by John Spencer, the teachings of Carol Dweck are depicted to explain the intricacies between Growth Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset.

When developing a growth mindset, there’s no better place to start than with awareness of yourself. Understanding how you’re wired is key to keeping your mind open to imagine new possibilities and harness your untapped potential.

Take time today to dive deep into your Prism Portrait to assess what’s moving you forward, and what’s holding you back from accomplishing your personal and professional goals.

“The beautiful thing about learning is that nobody can take it away from you.”

– B.B. King

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