Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
Publish date: February 28th 2006
Publisher: Random House, Inc.
Pages no: 276
Edition language: English
The ideas here are solid but there are way too many lengthy examples about "impressive" people that left me cold. Read this with one of my departments at work.
(original review, 2006)Following the footsteps of some who is great in order to be great is moronic. Only talentless fools would look to do the same as others to be successful. The only way to succeed is by doing what you love and get obsessed by it. You will be working over 100 hours a week, and yo...
Good Read, it gives a very simple way to autoanalize your thoughts and actions. I'll recommend it to my friends!
This book was a recommendation from my son. The beginning of the book was a bit tough to get into; but the further along I got with the reading the better the information and the more that I could relate to it. We can all have fix and growth mindsets in different areas; yet it is the growth mindset...
I thought I was getting a book on cognitive psychology for a general audience and wound up with self-help dreck. The title was repellant but glowing references from other books and positive reviews from seemingly smart.. oops... seemingly hard working people induced me to bite. Dweck's theory se...