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Do you believe that you have a certain amount of talent or academic potential, and that you can fulfil this through developing your skills?
Or do you believe that your academic potential is limitless?
In this episode I’m going to share with you a common myth about academic potential, and the dangers in measuring the potential of yourself or others.
I’ll walk you through some examples of students and others who’ve achieved success, despite failures and setbacks, and pinpoint the lessons you can learn.
And I’ll prompt you to take action in a super simple way to start expanding your own limits and ideas of what’s possible so you can fulfil and exceed your academic potential.
Register your interest in my upcoming studying mindset programme and help me design the best training to boost your studying confidence and help you fulfil your academic potential
Resources and links:
- Carol Dweck’s incredible book – Mindset
- Sign up to my free resource library filled with printables, worksheets and mini-guides to help you uplevel your study skills, get more done in less time, and achieve higher grades.
- Grab a copy of my book – The Return to Study Handbook.
- If you’re a non-traditional student and you’d like my help to improve your skills and grades, click here to book a free call where we can chat about your study goals and come up with a plan to uplevel your skills.
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