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When life sucks, what do you do? Married My Mom Birthed A Dog shows you how to master resilience amid stress, obstacles and adversity. Learn to be confident as you conquer challenges like depression, grief, financial troubles, self-sabotage, self-doubt, chronic pain and nerve pain. Let Allison lead you on a journey to becoming a Resiliency Ninja!
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Do you want to become a Resiliency Ninja? If you're going through tough times and feel like your life sucks, then you need to read this book!
After surviving and flourishing during her decade of hell, Allison Graham has become a master at bouncing back in the face of stress, obstacles and adversity. In her third book, she pulls back the curtain on her private struggles with chronic pain, grief, surgeries and injuries, as well as the mental, emotional and financial turmoil that compounded life's challenges.
This book is meant to open an authentic conversation about the invisible game of life-sized Whack-A-Mole we all play, swatting down one problem just in time for another to erupt.
Allison illustrates her insights by sharing the best and worst stories along her journey. She speaks aloud the words from the harshest critic of all, the Internal Messenger of B.S., to encourage you to release guilt, judgment and comparisons that cause self-sabotage and keep you stuck.
Allison's candid account about her biggest mistakes and how she persevered will make you feel less alone in your struggles. You'll acquire coping skills, build confidence and find blessings amidst the harshest circumstances to create a joyful, fulfilled life no matter what the proverbial fan blows your way.
Among Allison's greatest resources during it all was the unconditional love and support from her mom, who moved to the city to help her when doctors recommended she consider going on disability, and the loyal companionship of her dog Winston C.
So, grab a drink, a comfy spot to read and get ready to power through your troubles and emerge as a Resiliency Ninja!
About the Author
ALLISON GRAHAM has always had a knack for uncovering glitches and fixing things: kinks in the sales process, networking woes, marketing failures and ultimately setbacks in her own life, especially during a decade of hell when her life went awry. At the top of her game, while running a successful company, Allison experienced a harrowing series of accidents, personal losses, and debilitating injuries which limited her mobility and stamina. Working through the excruciating pain, she refused to be broken. Allison's story motivates people to look beyond their current circumstances and challenges. She uses the lessons she's learned to help people elevate their life, rather than accept their plight. Through her incredible determination and resilience, Allison Graham has become a mentor and beacon to those who fall in the face of failure, which has earned her the moniker "Resiliency Ninja." She has chronicled her journey in her new book Married My Mom, Birthed A Dog: How To Be Resilient When Life Sucks. Allison has also authored the bestselling book From Business Cards to Business Relationships: Personal Branding and Profitable Networking Made Easy! (Second Edition, Wiley 2012). She speaks throughout North America and has been featured by such media as the Financial Post, Globe and Mail, Fast Company, Investment Executive, Huffington Post and The Bottom Line as an authority on what it takes to develop profitable relationships. Each week her segment called Small Business Lessons from the Big Business Headlines airs on AM980. In her professional life at Elevate Biz, Allison inspires people to double their business and achieve sales and networking mastery. Celebrating over ten years as a business growth consultant, she loves to share her signature frameworks, the Evolution of Profitable Relationships and the Infinite Sales Sequence. Her clients include some of North America's most influential businesses, financial institutions and associations. Allison is proud to have been named to the inaugural Top 20 Under 40 Economic Trailblazers' list by London Business Magazine.
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