Great book and easy read! I don’t care if your trying out for the high school basketball team or running a billion dollar company. This book has value! Ryan’s style is not only readable, but touches the reader as an individual. I loved his stories, self-reflection, and honesty. A great book to keep at one’s bedside (or at your fingertips with Kindle).
I love this book! It’s an easy read, yet so incredibly profound. Where else can you read about a Super Bowl Champion, A Notre Dame Graduate and a Muslim. Ryan’s experiences are truly unique and at the same time have universal truths and lessons that EVERYONE needs to hear.
Great read! Really lights a fire under you and makes you and makes you want to achieve your greatness. At 99 cent per copy I'm buying for the entire office! Don't forget to celebrate the small victories. Onward and upward.
Amid what sometimes seems to be a barrage of negativity from the media and outside world, Harris leverages a straightforward method to remind us all that there is still much reason for optimism and that much of it comes from within. This is definitely a book worth owning as these lessons can be revisited and used again and again.
“Mindset for Mastery” is an excellent read for those seeking the core fundamentals and essence of positive and productive thinking. Author Ryan Harris exhibits a firm grasp of these concepts in a well laid out and easy to read format. A book that after reading, you’ll want to keep in your library.
Ryan pulls out great insights based on his experiences. Whereas others might keep these insights to themselves, Ryan opens up about his experiences and shows how others can relate them to their own situations. Great, quick read with powerful punch.
Ryan Harris’s book shares real, down-to-earth and heartfelt advice about overcoming everyday obstacles that stop us from achieving our goals. Ryan learned how to apply common sense, wisdom and will power to excel at the Game of Life. This humble book helps set your mind and actions for success!
Eric Siler, Executive Director, Think Like a Genius® Foundation