Do you have a fixed or a growth mindset?

Quiz | Do you have a fixed or a growth mindset?


What is your perspective on learning?

See whether you have a fixed or a growth mindset.

You’ll find out why you deal with challenges the way that you do.


I work hard to prove to people that I'm smart and capable.
I am afraid that people will think I am stupid.
As long as I get high results, I don't care whether I learn something in the process.
Every problem has a solution.
Everything I've achieved in life is because of my intelligence.
I hate making errors.
I seek and welcome feedback from colleagues.
Hard work and perseverance are the keys to success.
Intelligence & ability are the keys to success.
It is not my nature to give up on something simply because it is difficult.
There is nothing that I can't learn.
Failure is an important step in the learning process.
If I perform poorly, it means that I'm not capable to do the task.
I don't like receiving negative feedback.
I can train my brain and grow my intelligence.
I don't care about the results, as long as I learn something.
In the past, I have given up learning something because it was too difficult.
There are some things that I just can't learn.
I've stopped taking a class because I received a bad grade.
Talented and intelligent people don't need to work hard to do well.
I believe in mentoring.
I appreciate receiving negative feedback.
I'm not worried about how or whether people will evaluate my intelligence.
I work hard to become smarter and more capable.
I don't like admitting that I'm wrong.
Some problems are not worth solving.
I feel anxious about the idea of failing.
I don't believe in mentoring.
Everything I've achieved in life is due to my hard work.
There are some skills that cannot be improved by working harder.
The harder you work at something, the better you'll become.
I don't care what my outcome on this quiz will be. I would like to know myself better, so that I can identify ways to further develop.
I am trying to answer these questions so that I obtain the optimal outcome.

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