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Yesterday Today Tomorrow: Tragedy Doesn't Define You Paperback – 2 April 2020
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Imagine surviving a high-level spinal cord injury and facing life in a nursing home at the age of 18... All plans for his teaching career and dream life seemingly dashed, Col Mackereth faced an uncertain future.Against medical predictions and the opinions of those close to him, Col not only regained his independence, but discovered how to create his own successful future.He intimately shares the highlights, lowlights and in-between-lights of his inspirational journey, sharing the life-changing encounters, unique characters, and extraordinary experiences which shaped the creation of his 8 keys to Meaningful and Sustainable Change.An inspirational Professional Speaker, Thought Mentor and Author, Col openly shares the beliefs he now lives by: ● You cannot do something you are not● You act and behave in accordance with your subconscious thoughts● All meaningful and sustainable change starts on the inside and works its way out● Everything is possible unless you believe otherwise● You will never receive or achieve anything you don’t feel worthy of● The place that comforts you is the place which imprisons you● You can talk yourself into doing anything you want to – anything at all● Nothing (and no-one) can make you change unless you choose to change
- Publisher : Change Empire Books (2 April 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0648813827
- ISBN-13 : 978-0648813828
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 1.32 x 22.86 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 277,208 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Reviewed in Australia on 20 April 2020
Downloaded this book yesterday and did not move until I had finished reading. Wow!! Col did not hold back. Gutsy, no-holds-barred-no-stone-left-unturned. I laughed, I cried, I was left speechless at the absolute brutal honesty of his writings. Thank you for telling your story and for sharing your learnings from your experiences. It truly shows that we can shape our own futures if we let go of the chains of our past. I originally bought the book because of the home town connection ... I read the book because I wanted to learn how a tragedy was turned into a triumph ... I will keep the book at my side for daily reference for if/when the going gets tough!!
Reviewed in Australia on 24 May 2020
I have read part two (The 8 Keys) of Col’s book twice now. He has generously shared his personal philosophy to achieving meaningful and sustainable change. It’s a powerful story on personal development which will resonate with anyone on a journey to make life changes. One of the best ‘self-help’ books.