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The Pearl Growth Mindset
The Key To Career Prosperity

The pearl growth mindset is a belief that we can get better at the skills we choose to develop because our brains fire new learning pathways as we practice these skills. PWP uses the science of brain plasticity to develop the growth mindset in pearls. This produces new skills and better skills.


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High School Division
Pearls use the growth mindset to build college tracks
and win internships
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College Division
Pearls use the growth mindset to graduate from college on-time with new skills and a career jumpstart 
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Work Life Division
Pearls use the growth mindset to achieve career goals, breakthroughs and milestones
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Pearls For Life Division
Pearls use the growth mindset to advance through domains of career growth 


Growth Mindset
In a growth mindset, we "believe" that our most basic abilities can be developed through hard work, commitment and dedication into skills development. Talents and interests are just the starting point. This belief creates a love of learning, the power to overcome fear, and a resilience to disappointment and setback that is vital to accomplishment, skill development and growth. 


Fixed Mindset
In a fixed mindset, we "believe" that our basic qualities, like intelligence level and  natural talents, are fixed traits. We are dominated by the fear of looking bad and performing poorly. e shy away from challenge and uncertainty, instead of welcoming new opportunities to learn and grow. In this view we either have the skill or talent, or you don't. But research and thousands of examples prove otherwise.