Resolving a problem creates new challenges, not in the immediate front but in the long-term as we learn new things and the issues become more transparent.
This is why most people prefer to live in the comfort of the status quo. Why change a lifestyle that throws us off the pedestal of satisfaction?
Life is a mindset of either chasing growth or mediocrity, a liking for variables or a fancy for sameness. The former is not a proposition for manic action, which can also lead to burnout.
“Everyone is a work in progress,” said Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck in an interview with the Financial Times. Dweck is the author of the seminal self-help book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success where she delineates the two mindsets: Fixed Mindset and Growth Mindset.
One can still embrace the power of