Few people might deny that the growth mindset seems nice, but in reality, we know that the brain can continue to learn until the day we die. Thanks to the field of Neuroscience, it also seems quite intuitive that people must work hard and persevere despite obstacles to end up being successful. So, the growth mindset appears to be a much more accurate view of reality than the fixed mindset people. Growth mindsets live in greater accordance with reality than people with the fixed mindset.
They can make more accurate decisions, whereas a person with a fixed mindset lives in a greater state of delusion. Imagine two entrepreneurs, with one having a growth mindset and the other having a fixed mindset; they're both in the early stages of their entrepreneurial journey. Suddenly, they both encounter a roadblock and are forced to decide. One with a fixed mindset sees the long and arduous journey ahead. Due to the roadblock towards the result, she believes that entrepreneurship will come quickly to destined ones. She decides to quit.
On the other hand, the one with the growth mindset sees the long and arduous journey ahead of her and smiles towards the journey and believes it is the way for her, and takes the role of a student. She accepts the long journey and allows it to mold her into the person she needs to become to achieve her desired results. She decides to persist. When we look at both examples, most of us would agree that the entrepreneur with a growth mindset understands reality better.
Her decision is proper, or we know that things take time to achieve, but it's often difficult to put that thinking into practice in many difficult situations. It takes daily commitment to train like an athlete in the journey of entrepreneurship and succeed in the long run. It is absolutely a marathon and not a sprint.