Books By Lisa King


Be Your Own Hero

Click here to learn about how to teach 5 separate SEL lessons from this book released Feb. 2020!


Integrating Growth Mindset in Schools

Mindset Matters

Want to infuse the Growth Mindset theory into your counseling program to help students increase self-esteem and achievement? Counselors can use these research-based lessons in classroom curriculum and/or small group counseling by teaching:

  • Mindfulnessbonus
  • Identify Brain Basics
  • Not Yet is OK (power of YET)
  • Determination/Grit
  • Self-Talk
  • Everyone is Unique
  • Teach Others What You Know

Counselors, teachers, and students will enjoy these easy to implement innovative lessons and teach your students a foundation of brain science, the magic of grit, and the benefits of learning about learning that can help them see the positive outcomes of having a growth mindset.

Making the Linkmaking link

Academic Advisement Programac adv

Teaching Career Essentials

How to Create a College Day

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6 thoughts on “Books By Lisa King”

  1. Thank you Lisa for thinking about giving away your wonderful books. I work in an alternative K-5 program, I would use the books to get their creative juices flowing about what their future holds, not their past. To help me stay focused on the keys and to have a plan for this young age. I am use to working with seniors and high school students so this year has been a challenge to make the shift in mindset to these bundles of joy!

  2. Hi Lisa,
    Do you know when you newest Mindset Matters book is coming out? I thought it was happening in 2018. Do you when?

    1. Hey Janet,
      The new book “Integrating Growth Mindset in Schools” for K-12 is still on track for Spring 2018. I’ll definitely keep you posted when I get a more exact date. One more round of edits and then off to the printer is what I have been told. Thanks for reaching out. 🙂

  3. Hi there! Your website is amazing & flourishing with resources, but I have a bizarre question. Do you have any connects at the high school level?

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