Ever meet someone who is that magical combination of wise yet humble, strong yet sensitive, inspiring yet down-to-earth? That’s Caroline Miller. I know nobody who’s thought more about how to apply the scientific research on grit and achievement to our own live
An amazing and compelling book that is the ultimate guide to living life with grit and without regret.
It’s one thing to value grit – it’s another to develop it. Caroline Miller has made that her life’s work, and in this book she shares a series of useful steps for increasing your persistence for the right reasons in the right ways.
This is a really innovative book, and companies, sports teams, schools, families and communities will all benefit from the stories and research.
Caroline Miller articulates the science and importance of character strengths as important pathways to help cultivate grit in this groundbreaking book.
A brilliant read for anyone interested in achieving their goals and using their good grit and authentic grit to help others thrive.
The minute I picked up Getting Grit, I feverishly began taking notes. Caroline Miller understands the essential truth that all women who want to be truly confident, who want to succeed, need grit.
I have just ‘inhaled’ Getting Grit, and I’m so energized by the content and its delivery. Planning to give it to every board member in my organization.
Grit is increasingly considered one of the key ingredients of success. It is defined as “passion and perseverance in pursuit of long-term goals.” How gritty are you? If you do not know, you are not alone. Some people are predisposed to be more resilient and optimistic than others; however, most people don’t know how to identify and cultivate grit, and as a result don’t achieve their full potential in their work or personal lives. Positive psychology expert Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP uses insightful scientific research, applicable examples, and powerful stories to help you understand why this character strength is so important and what you can do to cultivate it in yourself and others.