The Real Secret to Success: Building Personal Grit in Students

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  1. Vikas says:

    Nice article. Grit can be defined as a noncognitive trait based on someone’s ability to persevere despite the presence of many challenges and obstacles to achieve a given goal. I believe Courage, Conscientiousness, and Long term goals and Endurance are the main basis of the personal Grit. It’s very important for your education and career. Vikas, Queensford.edu.au

  2. Websitefix says:

    We think parents play an important role in this. Kids can’t always develop personal grit by themselves and in these cases right guidance from parents can do the trick. We also believe that even working professionals need to keep working on it as it can really help them further in the world of business and help them grow in their professional life or in business world. 

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