Have you ever wanted to form a new habit or get rid of an old one?

It’s easy to think that some people are smart and others aren’t. Growth mindset teaches us that every one can improve. This video takes growth mindset one step further by explaining a concept called neuroplasticity. Whenever you’re learning, your brain is forming new neuron connections and when you form a new habit you are creating new neuron pathways. If you’ve ever wanted to form a new habit – you can do this by forming new pathways in the brain.

 

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