Mindshift certainly overlaps with Learning How to Learn (LHTL) which, of course, can be frustrating to some; however, I see it as a way of strengthening the key ideas that LHTL provided. Furthermore, it goes beyond learning and covers, essentially, change both as a result and a driver of learning experiences. Change, here, is always positive or, as Mindshift emphasizes, there always a positive side to changing.
It is a course, however, that needs time to grow on you as it covers an extensive variety of subjects; and in this case, what I mean by growth is not that it isn't a fun, entertaining and captivating course, but that it requires reflection for you to truly and effectively appreciate the good advices it provides and how it is possible to use the course in a lot of areas of your life. To name some, health, career, emotional intelligence, effective learning and time management.
A great experience!