Mindset: The Steps to Change Your Mind, Change Your Life by Ali Al-Khouri
About The Book:
The book highlights the role of the mindset in determining the form of life we live and how it can either limit or power our success.
In general, it discusses two types of mindsets: the fixed mindset and the growth mindset, and the patterns associated with each one of them, and illustrates how our mindset can determine the course of our lives.
The book argues that human mind can be programmed to change and shape its own reality, harness its potential energy, and drive us towards self-learning and development and most importantly achieve life balance and happiness.
As such, the book provides guidance a wide range of examples to cultivate a more conscious, positive, and empowering mindset that should in turn enable us to live a more successful and fulfilling life!
About The Author:
Professor Ali M. Al-Khouri is internationally regarded as one of the world’s most influential ‘think-and-do’ tanks in the arenas of organizational and people development. With over 25 years of experience, Professor Al-Khouri had led large organizations (1000+ employees) and turned them from “struggling” to “top performing.” He personally attributes his success to his ability to influence mindsets to learn and grow. He is a strong advocate that “mindsets need to be trained in order to evolve and become sustainably productive.”
Besides being as a senior official in the government of the United Arab Emirates, he is an active member in several advisory boards in academic institutions and international organizations. He served as an advisor to European Commission, United Nations, and World Economic Forum, and the League for Arab States to deliver pertinent insights and collaboratively develop solutions to address major global challenges. He has developed tens of different intellectual methodologies and frameworks, and has over 100 publications from books and journal articles in multidisciplinary fields.
Al-Khouri is a professor and fellow of the British Institute for Technology and E-commerce in London. He attained his higher education from the top UK universities, where he received his B.Sc. (Hons.) from Manchester University, M.Sc. from Lancaster University, and an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) from Warwick University.