Author : JT Jester
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2022-03-08
ISBN 10 : 9781637630570
Pages : 284 pages
File Format : PDF, EPUB, TEXT, KINDLE or MOBI
Rating : 4.3/5 (573 users download)
Download No Bad Days book PDF by JT Jester and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2022-03-08 with total page 284 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In No Bad Days, JT Jester shares his against-all-odds story of overcoming countless physical and learning challenges to help others find joy in any circumstance and understand that there are no bad days—only hard ones. By the time JT Jester was three years old, he had spent 250 days in the hospital, and he endured sixteen major surgeries before he was sixteen. Diagnosed with VATER/VACTERL Syndrome, a rare combination of several birth defects. JT’s life was anything but easy. On top of his physical challenges, he suffered dyslexia and short-term memory loss, which made learning nearly impossible for him. Yet JT pushed past his physical and educational roadblocks to achieve what many people told him he would never do—learn to read, graduate from high school, attend college, and become a successful motivational speaker, influential podcast host, and bestselling author. In No Bad Days, JT details the incredible story of how he overcame what seemed like insurmountable odds and shares the many invaluable lessons he has learned throughout his life in the hope that others might reach their full potential. These lessons include how to: Find Your Tribe, Pull Off the Label, Stretch Yourself, Listen to Others, and Learn to Fall. JT’s improbable life story is evidence that regardless of the mental and physical challenges you might face, you can defy the odds to create the life you want and accomplish the things you’ve only dreamed about. His remarkable journey is all the proof you need. Through his story, and the inspiring stories of others, JT Jester shows readers how to find joy in any circumstance and proves that there are really no bad days—only hard ones.