It's probably in the top 30% of the audio books I have read.
The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg.
The voice was just a little flat. Not necessarily easy on my ears.
Excellent content. I love this book and am finding the content to be incredibly valuable in my life and in my teaching.
Be Growth Minded
Enjoyed the explanation of the perspectives between Growth mindset and Fixed mindset. Gave me an awareness of these mindsets and also strategies on how to implement a growth mindset in my family and work.
Focus on growing/improving. Don't base personal self of worth/value based upon fixed accomplishment or skill.
I really enjoyed this book and thought that it gave me valuable perspectives to add to my life.
A truly amazing book that sounds as if it is being read to you by Victoria Chase from Hot in Cleveland. One of my go to gift books just not the audio book.
This book has caused me to rethink what I say to my spouse, children and grandchildren. I think I was pretty good but now I can be even better.
I am always looking for ways to improve and this book has given me tools to do that.
Thank you for the information.
This spoke to me profoundly! I hope everyone that has anything to do with the development of children reads or listens.
Some people complain about her voice, but that's no reason to knock it, I personally really like the analogy's and all the examples. The book is extremely informative, and still extremely entertaining.
I loved the content but really preferred the way the author read the introduction rather than the narrator of the rest of the book. Overall though it was excellent.
A potentially terrific topic, but watered down with simplistic, repetitive anecdotes. Application limited to comments like, "Michael has a growth mindset; be like Michael. John has a fixed mindset; don't be like John." I had really hoped for something much more substantial, generalizing the topic, and with stronger application recommendations. This was complicated by a narrator who constantly sounded scolding and judgmental. All in all, disappointing.