EBOOK / PDF [Mindset: The New Psychology of Success]

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  • Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
  • Carol S. Dweck
  • English
  • 02 November 2019
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Summary ✓ Mindset: The New Psychology of Success 109 Now updated with new research the book that has changed millions of livesAfter decades of research world renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol S Dweck PhD discovered a simple but groundbreaking idea the power of mindset In this brilliant book she shows how success in school work sports the arts and almost every area of human endeavor can be dramatically influenced by how we thin. Let me preface this review by saying that my boss made me read this book because apparently reading assignments are something that I should have as a 5th year PhD candidate Not only that but I m pretty sure no one should reuire me to read a shitty waste of time self help bookLet me save you the money and the aggrivation The point of this book is admittedly not terrible but it could be summed up real fast Here you go you re welcomeOften people see their abilities as fixed and this attitude stops them from working to better themselves turns out that if you work hard and keep the right can do attitude that you can accomplish than if you think you re doomed to be a particular skill level forever There are examples of this all around youBoom Done But no What you get with this book is an endless diatribe Hey you remember that thing that happened in history Where X person did Y thing that turned out to be goodbad Well if it was bad it was TOTALLY because they had a fixed mindset If it was good it was 100% because of their growth mindset This is true of literally any example in history ever no matter how poorly researched it might be Is there any scientific basis for these historical claims Absolutely not Michael Jordan SURE THING That guy from that one business that went bad WHAT A FIX MINDED DUMBASS Bethoven Duh Seriously I don t think I have ever read something so repetitive and belabored in my life Sure lady you make a good point People shouldn t limit themselves Maybe give it a break after about 15 pages and I think it would probably be plentyAlso if you tell me that I wouldn t be depressed if I just had a better attitude about it I m going to be upset and lose faith in your credibility Seriously kids don t waste your time on this And if your boss tells you to read it don t bother just read this helpful review again Enemy on the Euphrates psychologist Carol S Dweck PhD discovered a simple but groundbreaking idea the The Epilogue The Selection #31 power of mindset In this brilliant book she shows how success in school work sports the arts and almost every area of human endeavor can be dramatically influenced by how we thin. Let me Children of Wrath preface this review by saying that my boss made me read this book because apparently reading assignments are something that I should have as a 5th year PhD candidate Not only that but I m Lukes Cut Hells Eight #8 pretty sure no one should reuire me to read a shitty waste of time self help bookLet me save you the money and the aggrivation The The Liberation of Sita point of this book is admittedly not terrible but it could be summed up real fast Here you go you re welcomeOften The Adventures of Tom SawyerAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Prince and the Pauper people see their abilities as fixed and this attitude stops them from working to better themselves turns out that if you work hard and keep the right can do attitude that you can accomplish than if you think you re doomed to be a Le Dernier des Justes particular skill level forever There are examples of this all around youBoom Done But no What you get with this book is an endless diatribe Hey you remember that thing that happened in history Where X Midnight is a Place person did Y thing that turned out to be goodbad Well if it was bad it was TOTALLY because they had a fixed mindset If it was good it was 100% because of their growth mindset This is true of literally any example in history ever no matter how A Day For A Day poorly researched it might be Is there any scientific basis for these historical claims Absolutely not Michael Jordan SURE THING That guy from that one business that went bad WHAT A FIX MINDED DUMBASS Bethoven Duh Seriously I don t think I have ever read something so repetitive and belabored in my life Sure lady you make a good Court of Lions point People shouldn t limit themselves Maybe give it a break after about 15 I Cant Make You Love Me but I Can Make You Leave pages and I think it would Vingespenn probably be We Love Glenda So Much and A Change of Light plentyAlso if you tell me that I wouldn t be depressed if I just had a better attitude about it I m going to be upset and lose faith in your credibility Seriously kids don t waste your time on this And if your boss tells you to read it don t bother just read this helpful review again

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Summary ✓ Mindset: The New Psychology of Success 109 O her now famous and broadly embraced concept She introduces a phenomenon she calls false growth mindset and guides people toward adopting a deeper truer growth mindset She also expands the mindset concept beyond the individual applying it to the cultures of groups and organizations With the right mindset you can motivate those you lead teach and love to transform their lives and your own. Watered down and scientifically not that accurate grit is a part of conscientiousness see studies below welcome to education s favorite bookHere is my two sentence summary of this book best spoken in kindergartner teacher voice There are two kinds of people in the world people who believe things are fixed others who believe they can change through hard work and effort so believe in the ladder and success will open in front of you Hooray you are a special snowflake that can growHeavy on the inspirational stories and antidotes light on the data to support some of the arguments and essentially void of the how to I agree that the right attitude one that embraces struggle and hard work in order to increase your talents which are not fixed but fluid helps you succeed in life But it s about putting ideas into action This book offers very little practical advice or steps one can take in order to do so I think most people after reading this get that warm fuzzy feeling that wow this makes sense But then that fades and life resumes and it s just a book on the shelf Maybe even a companion book to put this idea into action to train the elephant in you thanks Happiness HypothesisUltimately success reuires the right attitude but also the sweat to make it happen And this doesn t really offer practical steps on how to make it happen There ain t no short cutStudies that debunk this book read the abstract page one ueer Theory and Brokeback Mountain phenomenon she calls false growth mindset and guides The Truth Against the World people toward adopting a deeper truer growth mindset She also expands the mindset concept beyond the individual applying it to the cultures of groups and organizations With the right mindset you can motivate those you lead teach and love to transform their lives and your own. Watered down and scientifically not that accurate grit is a Making Him Sweat Taking Him Down part of conscientiousness see studies below welcome to education s favorite bookHere is my two sentence summary of this book best spoken in kindergartner teacher voice There are two kinds of Judaism As a Civilization Toward a Reconstruction of American Jewish Life people in the world Badger's Parting Gifts people who believe things are fixed others who believe they can change through hard work and effort so believe in the ladder and success will open in front of you Hooray you are a special snowflake that can growHeavy on the inspirational stories and antidotes light on the data to support some of the arguments and essentially void of the how to I agree that the right attitude one that embraces struggle and hard work in order to increase your talents which are not fixed but fluid helps you succeed in life But it s about Ostende 1936 Sommer der Freundschaft putting ideas into action This book offers very little Die Entwicklung des Sozialismus von der Utopie zur Wissenschaft practical advice or steps one can take in order to do so I think most Ist dieses Buch ansteckend? Erste Hilfe für Hypochonder people after reading this get that warm fuzzy feeling that wow this makes sense But then that fades and life resumes and it s just a book on the shelf Maybe even a companion book to Magic Platina put this idea into action to train the elephant in you thanks Happiness HypothesisUltimately success reuires the right attitude but also the sweat to make it happen And this doesn t really offer Enemy on the Euphrates practical steps on how to make it happen There ain t no short cutStudies that debunk this book read the abstract The Epilogue The Selection #31 page one

review ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ó Carol S. Dweck

Summary ✓ Mindset: The New Psychology of Success 109 K about our talents and abilities People with a fixed mindset those who believe that abilities are fixed are less likely to flourish than those with a growth mindset those who believe that abilities can be developed Mindset reveals how great parents teachers managers and athletes can put this idea to use to foster outstanding accomplishmentIn this edition Dweck offers new insights int. I think a lot of people who rated this book highly must have had a fixed mindsetI think this book was a waste of money personally The tone of the book is very repetitive and annoying Essentially people with a growth mindset are better than people without it in every possible way If you have a fixed mindset you ll have lower grades in school be unhappier die earlier be fatter be likely to never get married make a bundle less money you name it It reads like fear mongering than actual research rattling off a list of everyone s most basic fears But if you listen to me Carol Dweck all of your dreams and will come trueI also don t recall Dweck listing many references to any of her research you re just supposed to take her stories at face value Because I m a researcher Mindset offers a lot of words with little substance I will admit that I haven t finished the book and I don t plan to Dweck s tone really just grated on my nerves and I don t feel I gained anything useful from reading what parts of the book I read I can t imagine anything useful coming to light at the end