The Flipside : Finding the Hidden Opportunities in Life

Author: Jackson,A

ISBN: 97807553818773

Price: Rs 450

THE FLIPSIDE is your passport to a brighter, more positive future. It shows that every cloud can have a silver lining. A setback can change the course of your life.

But why should the change be a negative one? Challenges and obstacles are part of life, but while some wilt under pressure, others rise to the occasion. Could it be there is a method for overcoming adversity and turning failure into success? The flipside is the hidden opportunity inside each problem - an opportunity so powerful that it dwarfs the original difficulty. THE FLIPSIDE is full of life-affirming stories from around the world.

It will change the way you look at adversity, and help you turn setbacks into new chances.

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