This book is a great read for anyone interested in psychology and personal development. Grit by Angela Duckworth is a psychological examination of the concept of Grit. A combination of passion and perseverance. She discusses how effort is often ignored, outshone by ‘talent'. When really, what is more important in life is effort. Duckworth shares personal lessons learned, real-life examples and useful tips for raising your own children to be ‘gritty'. This book is a really good indepth discussion
We’ll begin the summary by discussing exactly what Grit is before diving into a summary of Duckworth’s perspective on talent and effort and why effort is often ignored. Then we will discuss goals in relation to grit and how parents can have a role in raising gritty children. Finally, we’ll summarise Duckworth’s discussion about our current culture and how it can shape our grittiness.
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