Developing A Growth Mindset For The New Year: January 14th Failure vs Improvement

It may sound a bit cliché when I say: “I may not be where I want to be, but I sure am not where I was,” but it is so true. A good example of not having not hit the mark, but still having made headway is that I still struggle with just as many days of depression, but I have such a better quality of good days, since I started so long ago. It is the same concept when adapting to a new growth mindset, just value the improvements, and continue the step by step process. I am grateful for all of my progress, and I am encouraged by it enough to move forward day by day. So , while I am looking to better my self and am inspired by others, I want to celebrate all the improvements that I do notice. I hope that this blog post is encouraging to others who desire something better.

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