Mindset – Updated Edition: Changing The Way You think To Fulfil Your Potential

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3 Responses to Mindset – Updated Edition: Changing The Way You think To Fulfil Your Potential

  1. Allen Baird says:

    Brilliant in conception, underwhelming in execution Despite the three star evaluation, do not underestimate the quality of the central thesis of this book. The idea that there are two mindsets – fixed and growth – and that these mindsets are basic in determining many things about success and happiness in life, is incontrovertible, radical, and perception shifting. Dweck has based the book on a bedrock of sound, academic research. She has applied it to several key spheres of life. She has witnessed its power to change lives.What’s…

  2. E. Smakman says:

    Vital point, constantly reiterated I read the book of Carol Dweck after several other books mentioned her work (Drive by D. Pink and Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell). Unfortunately, the book is a more extensive version of the summaries the other books already gave. Namely, that your mindset determines if and what type of challenges people take and thus how much they are learning. The point is crucial and eye-opening in its implications, namely that almost anybody can be good at what they want as long as they put the effort. No more…

  3. Mrs P. Clarke says:

    Parents and educators, read this so every child can fulfil their potential! Carol Dweck’s concept behind the book was revolutionary for me and explained that my fixed mindset had held me back throughout my life. I was introduced to it in Tracy Cutchlow’s parenting book “Zero to Five” and it’s certainly shaping how we raise our daughter.There are downsides though. Some are because I bought the audio version and there are only so many times the narrator can say “fixed mindset or growth mindset” without you getting sick of it. But it is…

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