Welcome…I’m super excited to share a fantastic conversation I had with the amazing Alan Reynolds about a topic that’s so very close to my heart – how to maintain a Growth Mindset.

In this episode we talk about:

– The difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset

– How to tell the difference, and spot the signs in yourself

– How moments of a fixed mindset might be limiting your growth and results

– How to shift from a fixed to a growth mindset

And so much more

Let me share more about Alan…

Alan Reynolds draws on his wide experience in banking and finance and more recently as a business consultant and lecturer in management. He is also a successful and award-winning thriller and screenplay writer.

Alan’s key attribute is being able to inspire confidence in those he works with, bringing possibilities into probabilities and probabilities into certainties. As well as the financial sector he has worked for a number of multi-nationals.

Alan has developed and delivered numerous training programmes which have received nominations for a national training award; specifically aimed at management development, leadership, and people skills. On an individual basis he has provided one to one coaching to senior management & executive


In addition to his business enterprise, Alan is also Chair of the Self Employed Professionals Group. As part of his remit he has developed a mentoring scheme for new start-ups and successfully supported many members of the group who are venturing into the world of self employment for the first time.

Alan has Thirty-six years with Lloyds Bank, twenty-five of which were in management positions culminating in being appointed a Senior HR Manager.

Director of Alan Reynolds Associates Ltd, business consultancy.

Alan is a former Associate of the CIPD and the Chartered Institute of Bankers

More recently, in 2010, he has taken up writing fiction and has fourteen novels published including the award-winning Flying with Kites.

Other books published; Taskers End, Breaking the Bank, The Sixth Pillar, The Tinker, The Coat, Valley of the Serpent, Smoke Screen, Twelve- a Date with Obsession, Exfil, Trent Island. The Baker’s Story, Arthur’s War, The Last Poppy.