Ugh, the same word "mindset" is repeated every other word or maybe every other 3rd word without any good advice or help...just a self indulged author who blabbers on but doesn't seem to have anything to say...almost like she's just trying to fill space...wish I had never bought it...seriously, not worth the money
Really like the depth of examples
The structure was not clear nor concise
Also as a non American listener I could not really relate to the references to sporting or entertainment heros as much
However the book tends to go on and on about the very basic principle introduced in the opening. It elaborates on it by showing different contexts or examples of how the mindset of fixed vs growth can be recognized and how to apply a growth mindset in those contexts. The book could have been half the length.
A little too much sports talk. I was hoping for more content for parenting or adjusting ourselves as adults with fixed mindset. I'll
go back and listen to the last 2 chapters again for the practical info.
This book allows you to understand how your mind affects everything about your life. The information held within is knowledge every man well benefit from.
This book clearly depicts the differences between a growth and fixed mindset. I loved all the different examples and strategies to shift your mindset.
It has many parenting examples and focuses a great part of the book on how to teach your child to have a growth mindset.
I cringed a couple of times when I related to a couple of examples. Great audio version.