Mindset in Children

Posted by on September 18, 2008 in Day to Day | 2 comments

Much has been written about success, achievement and mindset for adults, yet there seems to be a fairly small selection as it relates to children. I find this puzzling because childhood is such a critical time in the development of self esteem, which is more often than not, a determining factor in success.


This article illustrates the importance of mindset in children and a practical approach to help them. I’m a firm believer that regardless of our age, the more we understand how our brain works, the better we’ll function in every aspect of our lives. 


I started teaching my sons about the human mind and related it to everyday things they could understand, like the sports they participated in, games, and friends. They both enjoy the scientific approach and I’m just happy they’re open and aware.

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  1. Very well put Denise, and absolutely true! By the way, nice site. Maybe you could give me some tips on blogging?


  2. Hi Jeff,

    Thanks so much for stopping by, and for the kind words. 🙂

    One of my favorite pieces of advice about writing was to write from the heart and to be genuine. I’m not sure I would know how else to be.

    Get started! I’m happy to help in any way that I can.