Jackson has been dealt some unbelievably tough hands in life, and handled them with incredible resilience and dignity. Who better, then, to teach US about resilience and the way to cope and even thrive, no matter what comes our way? Including a journey through Buddhism, this compelling read is heartwarming, beautifully written, and insightful. Highly recommend. – Amazon Review
8 ¼ Rules for Resilience:
How to Bounce Back in an Unpredictable World
BUILD THE RESILIENCE TO OVERCOME ANY OBSTACLE WITH 8 (AND A QUARTER!) SIMPLE STEPS
What if you had the ability to bounce back from life’s toughest moments? Imagine yourself confidently facing your next setback, knowing that you are already ready to bounce back.
As a US Navy Submariner, marathon runner, mountaineer, and cyclist, Jackson Sherry was certain his strength and tenacity were the epitome of resilience. He faced the true test when a near-fatal accident hospitalized him for five months and ultimately left him paralyzed from the collar bones down. Through trial and error, and sheer perseverance, Jackson rebuilt his life entirely. From taking his first unassisted breath to completing two triathlons using only his arms, Jackson has overcome unimaginable struggles.
In this book you’ll learn:
- The miniscule steps you can take that are more effective than big leaps
- When resilience is risky (and when to take that risk!)
- How strangers can help build your resolve
- Why placing blame can set you back even further
- The Buddhist secret to recovering from difficult times
- How to be ready for the worst outcomes
- The simple process to jumpstart your comeback
- Where to find strength in your story
- A bonus tip for creating encouragement out of thin air
Inside all of us is the resilience to overcome ANY obstacle!
Click BUY NOW to get started on your resilience journey!
About the Author
Jackson Sherry is a writer and an expert in resilience. Having weathered literal storms in pursuit of mountain peaks and metaphorical ones that arrived in the form of life shattering injury and loss, he writes to share this knowledge with those who need it most.
After sustaining a spinal cord injury in 2016, Jackson began to contemplate and write about life’s challenges and how they shape us.
For more information please visit my website