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    Insightful

    It opened my mind to the fact that anything is possible if you just change your mindset.
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    I think I can, I think I can...

    I read this book because it was mentioned in Geoff Colvin's Talent is Overrated. I have always believed that if you think you can learn/do something, you have a much better chance of being able to do it. This book does a great job of explaining how a positive mindset can change the way you learn.
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    A must-read for everyone!

    Great strategies to improve one's personal growth for people in all walks of life, whether it be business, teaching, coaching, or relationships.
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    5 pages are enough

    The entire thesis of this book is that a growth mindset is better than a fixed mindset. Five pages would have been more than enough to state the thesis, refer to a couple of studies and give a few examples. Instead the author drivels on and on with example after example.
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    Very repetitive.

    I had to stop reading and start skimming. The point the author is making was made in the first chapter. I don't think 20 examples of the exact same idea in different scenarios of life is necessary to get the point across. Its like I'm reading the same material over and over again just substituting a different name and profession each time. No doubt a lot of work went into it. Research and studies etc.. but they all could have been presented much more concisely.
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