"someone who strives to establish and maintain a clear goal can succeed in the end."
A woman named Angela Lee Duckworth has abad head for her father every day. She grew up receiving a grudged saying thatit would be difficult to succeed.
It was such a great stress that she wanted to deny it someday.
So long as she's only 40 in the world awarded the MacArthur Prize of geniuses. The research topic in which she was awarded could be successful without talent It was to prove the hypothesis. There is a thing called the running machine experiment that she did. It was an experiment that allowed 130 students to run at full speed for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes the experiment was over but the real experiment was starting from then.
The researchers tracked 130 students for 40 years, and when they were 60, Job, salary, happiness And others wholooked remarkably high. What they have in common is that the grit score was the highest when Running Machine 40 years ago. The grit score in the Running Machine experiment is measured as the number of footprints trying to run more when the limit of fitness is reached The same results were obtained from experiments conducted on soldiers, teachers, and workers.
Based on this experiment, Angela Lee Duckworth said: In success, talent is an important factor, but more importantly, talent must be born, but grit scores can grow.
So how do you grow your grit score? She gave many examples and the typical one was to have a habit of completing even a small thing.
For example, when setting goals, read five sheets a day rather than read a one book, It is important to set specific, relatively small goals and complete each day. You will be patient when I try to set and keep a big goal in the future. As a result, someone who strives to establish and maintain a clear goal It can succeed in the end.