- "Dweck (Carol S.) - The Secret to Raising Smart Kids" has shown that if you believe intelligence can be developed through experience and hard work, you’re likely to make more of an eﬀort to solve diﬃcult problems, compared with those who think intelligence is hereditary and unchangeable.
- Intellectual humility relies on the ability to prefer truth over social status. It is marked primarily by a commitment to seeking answers, and a willingness to accept new ideas – even if they contradict our views. In listening to others, we run the risk of discovering that they know more than we do. But humble people see personal growth as a goal in itself, rather than as a means of moving up the social ladder. We miss out on a lot of available information if we focus only on ourselves and on our place in the world.
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- Edge (Link) looks like a site well worth pursuing, but you can't do everything!
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