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In their new book "It's Okay to Be Scared - but Never Give Up," Jim Palmer and Martin Howey share their own personal stories of crisis and recovery. One of their goals in writing this book is to emphasize the importance of and encourage readers to get proper health screenings so they can maintain good health. Both authors are cancer survivors, but that's not all this book is about. They're also respected business people and there are many lessons to learn here. Let's say it's a book of hope and inspiration for life and business.
Jim and Martin also conducted and share the transcripts of in depth interviews with nine other successful business people. They asked them all "what was your biggest challenge, in your personal life or business?" and "how did you handle it?"
Then they pull back the curtain and you get to see what's really gone on behind the scenes in the lives of successful people such as James Malinchak, Joe Polish, and Melanie Benson Strick Vander. You may be surprised at how candid and authentic they all were. What you learn is that you're NOT alone, and no matter what, you will get through it. In some cases, their stories, insight and wisdom may help you avoid similar hazards altogether because each entrepreneur also shares a valuable business success strategy to help make 2012 a year of abundance.
At the end of the book, each contributor sums up his or her main message in a few bullet points for quick review. This paperback was like a bag of chips for me. I could hardly put it down and kept wanting to read just one more page. I bet you'll feel the same way.
I know many of the people that helped contribute to the book (some personally and some by reputation) so it was great having a connection with everyone in the book as they all told their stories.
Just a few of the awesome people involved in this book are Joe Polish, James Malinchak, Melanie Benson Strick and Stephanie Frank. It's amazing to hear their stories in such true transparency and how they overcame their "stuff".
The book isn't about business, though many of the stories are related to business. It's about how to take a hit and keep going.
Jim and Martin are both people that I already had a lot of respect for but after reading this book, I have a ton more respect for them both.
If you ever feel that life is just too much and you are looking at giving up (personally or in business) go read this book. It will completely change the way you look at the events in your life and why you must "Never Give Up!"
Any resource produced by Jim Palmer or Martin Howey is a must-read/must-see, and "It's Okay to Be Scared--but Never Give Up" combines decades of their personal and business success expertise, and that of the entrepreneurs they interviewed in depth for the book, to deliver to the reader a fusion of these professionals' top tips for attaining one's aspirations.
Each interviewee candidly shares the personal, health, business, and life challenges he or she had to surmount on the climb to success, and the mental viewpoint and implementable steps each took to reach that pinnacle.
These are real people, virtually all of whom started out with nothing, on roads littered with obstacles. Yet they have achieved what many would call "impossible," including battles won over cancer, global business prosperity, and the know-how it takes to continue to advance.
If your goal is to achieve the same, then this book is the one to own.
Another important message conveyed through these stories is the importance of getting regular checks for early detection of cancer, such as mammogram and colonoscopy. Some of the experiences described here will, hopefully, serve as a wake-up call for readers who've been putting off tests that could save their lives.
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Challenges come against us when we least expect it. The diagnosis from the doctor. The news about the death of a loved one. The end of a marriage.Read more