Attitudes are an inherent part of our mental make-up: some good, some not so good. We have opinions about what concerns us and about practically all else too. These thoughts, opinions and attitudes form our mindset. A challenging aspect of a mindset, at least for most of us, is that it is not easy to change it. Unknowingly and invariably, our mindset takes control and impacts our life and destiny appreciably. All of us need to be aware of this plain but significant truth about life.
Is there an ideal mindset? Is it even feasible to have a perfect mindset? Possibly not. But what is important is not to have a closed mindset, for that limits one’s potential. There are undoubtedly many positives of having an open mindset. It is an approach that is seemingly easy but when it comes down to brass tacks, probably rather difficult to achieve. You may agree with certain thoughts in the book and may differ with a few. That is only to be expected, for our mindsets are both dynamic and varied.