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Everyday Resilience for Everyday Heroes

Rob Clark

Publisher: Koehler Books

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We all have the capacity for resilience. We all have the capacity to overcome our everyday challenges and move forward with a positive attitude. Sometimes, we just need a little encouragement. Everyday Resilience for Everyday Heroes highlights the four major facets of resiliency: Adversity, Perspective, Passion and Appreciation. Through personal anecdotes, newsworthy tidbits and descriptive analogies, Rob Clark leverages classic storytelling to guide us all down a path toward resilience. Resilience is not complicated. But just because it is simple does not mean it is easy. We all face a spectrum of challenges in our own lives. Everyday Resilience for Everyday Heroes provides us the structure and the strength we need to move forward with courage.

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