Do you have a flexible mindset?

I promise, whether you are a student, parent, or educator, you’ll want one! Learning is a life-long endeavor, and having a flexible mindset can help you take charge of your own learning and make learning more fun.

So, are you asking yourself, what is a flexible mindset and how do I get one?

Woohoo! Asking questions is a sign of a flexible mindset, and a great way to build one. Want to know more?

Meet my guest, Susannah Cole. She’s the co-author of a brand-new book called Flexible Mindsets in School: Channelling Brain Power for Critical Thinking, Complex Problem Solving, and Creativity. She’s also an Anti-Boring Approach Coach and she’s joining me in today’s video to give you tips on creating a flexible mindset.

The video is a few minutes longer than most, but I think you’ll want to hear what Susannah has to say.

Watch the 10-minute and 37-second video here to learn what a flexible mindset is, how to get one, and why you want one:

Are you intrigued?

I hope you’ll check out Susannah’s book and put it to use for yourself, your family, or your classroom. And if you love it, please leave a review on Amazon to let other learners and educators know what you appreciate about it.

Remember, if you have any questions about flexible mindsets or anything else related to studying, teaching, or building your own academic coaching business, you can ask me live on Tuesday, December 14! Sign up here and send me your question.

Let’s get flexible!

P.S. Don’t let the word “schools” throw you. Susannah’s book has information you can use as a learner, regardless of whether you’re in school, out of school, or an educator. You can take a virtual look inside the book here to get a better idea what’s inside!