Believes grit is essential to success and that it can be learned. (video)
Thinks you can develop grit by actively discovering and deepening your interest in something.
“Grit is passion and perseverance for very long-term goals.”
Believes grit is living life like a marathon instead of a sprint.
Suggests that if you can change people’s beliefs about how success happens, then they will change their behavior.
“Talent doesn’t make you gritty – it’s usually unrelated or even inversely related to measures of talent.”
Created a 12-question Grit Scale to measure how much grit you have.
Believes in the 10-year rule: That all world class performers have put in at least 10 years to get where they are. (video)
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