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A new book by Adam J Jackson
Every setback has a Flipside, you just need to find it
is an inspiring, really energising book. It is just the sort of thing
you need when you have watched too many news broadcasts about how the
world is going to the dogs...This is an empowering book. Read it first
before you give it to that friend who really needs it.'
'We are inspired by Adam J Jacksons
writings in his book The Flip Side which is based upon a
simple and inspiring idea that every problem or obstacle in our
lives however big or small contains an equivalent or greater benefit or
stories guaranteed to make us change the way we look at adversity'
entertaining and relevant read when so many people are facing financial
and emotional traumas.'
there can be a silver lining in even the most dark, desperate clouds...
this inspirational chronicle of optimism might just change the way you
deal with life's challenges.'
'packed with anecdotes and advice and makes very helpful reading.'
Turkington - CapeTown.co.za
'About once a year I like to review
an inspirational book, something that gives us a good reason to be optimistic
and preferably some good techniques to sustain this effect. The Flipside
does all that rather well.
This book jogs along at a splendid pace, always keeping the readers attention and interest.
And what to me is the criterion of a good book, it makes one eager to read on. I found it hard to put down, always wanting to see what the next chapter would reveal.
It is a truly inspirational account, showing as it does, how people with the right attitude to life can overcome some of the most difficult experiences.
In fact, were I in a position to do so, I would make it compulsory reading for all those Moaning Minnies out there, who sit waiting for someone or something to turn up and make things better, instead of pulling themselves up by their bootstraps and getting on with life.
Life is our greatest treasure to be lived and loved to the full. This book tells how, who, when and where many people, some of them now world famous, got up and got on with life despite seemingly insurmountable odds.
Review - Euroweekly 3rd June 2009