Good book. Great concept. Excessive anecdotes. Tons of take-aways. If you want the Keys without the stories and repetition (8 hrs+), look for the notes. Or a shorter version/summary of the book. Very knowledgeable author, though.
Loved the thought provoking questions written in a way to help the reader "pulse check" through the book.
Only suggestion, felt like too many scenarios were covered with heavy emphasis on sports persons and kids.
I didnt finish listening to whole thing because I felt as though the author repeats herself over and over.
I really liked the information about mindset and what it is, how it manifests , and how to know which you are. But unless you are a parent looking to help a child you won't find a lot about the steps necessary to change your own mindset. I wish I had had this information years ago. My own kids would have benefited greatly. I would definitely recommend this to any parent.
This was required reading for my educational psychology class, and I must say I'm glad it was. It is not some cheesy positive thinking book but real a scientific study into how the mind works and how to improve your thinking habits and beliefs.