Thirty-five Years of Interviewing Amazing Survivors Yields Patterns of Success That Can Help Everyone
Lessons from Those Who Have Triumphed Against All Odds
NY Times Bestselling Author MICHAEL J. TOUGIAS
Inspiring Stories of Resilience and Survival
When faced with unimaginable circumstances, how does one find a way to push through? To answer this question of survival against all odds, New York Times bestselling author Michael Tougias interviewed over a hundred people with harrowing experiences: first chronicling their stories, then discussing in detail the lessons they learned. Both an exciting and informative read, Extreme Survival provides the entertainment and exceptional research fans of Tougias have come to expect.
Tougias shares what everyone is capable of when under pressure. Making it through these situations requires that these techniques kick in at just the right time! From The Finest Hours to A Storm Too Soon, Michael Tougias has established himself as an expert on deep survival. Learn how to rise against the odds.
Tougias has written seven survival and rescue books and Extreme Survival is the culmination of his life’s work of interviewing and researching the toughest survivors over the past three decades.
To Order: One can order signed/personalized copies at www.michaeltougias.com or anywhere books are sold (Published by Mango Publishing Group).
**** “Each page is filled with the amazing arc of a human spirit exceeding all bounds. Tougias’ reporting and story-telling has appeal for armchair adventurers, historians of the extreme, for parents and families, teachers, civic leaders, those in business, and all of us in leadership positions large or small, who ask, ‘How do I make the most of this moment?’ “
-Doug Stanton, #1 New York Times bestselling author of In Harm’s Way and Horse Soldiers
**** “If you’re clinging to a lifeboat, surrounded by sharks (figuratively or literally), what should you think about? Who should you ignore? What are the patterns of mind and heart that have helped Antarctic explorers, soldiers, lobster fishermen, and prisoners of war stay sane–and alive? Michael Tougias converts the wisdom of survivors into advice we can all use to light up the darkness.”
-Amanda Ripley, bestselling author of The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes–and Why
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