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Impossible Is Possible: Doing What Others Say Can't Be Done
     

Impossible Is Possible: Doing What Others Say Can't Be Done

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by John Mason, John L. Mason
 
With its thought-provoking insights and observations, The Impossible Is Possible will show you how! John Mason, whose book sales total over a million copies, excels at motivating, challenging, and encouraging readers. Begin today to discover how to accomplish the impossible -- as John says, "There is no future in the past."

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With its thought-provoking insights and observations, The Impossible Is Possible will show you how! John Mason, whose book sales total over a million copies, excels at motivating, challenging, and encouraging readers. Begin today to discover how to accomplish the impossible -- as John says, "There is no future in the past."

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ISBN-13:
9780764227400
Publisher:
Bethany House Publishers
Publication date:
07/01/2003
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
6.80(w) x 8.34(h) x 0.77(d)

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Impossible Is Possible 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I don¿t know that I would have purchased this book myself, but my 13-year old son bought it for me, so I read it. I think it¿s a good pick-me-upper when one gets stuck in doubt, fear, fatigue, or whatever else might get in the way of reaching a goal, or even setting one, but it¿s not a book I like to read from front to back for hours at a time. It¿s full of quotes from various sources, including the Bible, famous leaders and achievers, and `anonymous¿ people. They are all very inspiring quotes, and the author shares his own thoughts between quotes, but there¿s not much conversational depth. Most of the chapters are two or three pages long. At first I shared the table of contents with my family, and started naming people that I thought needed to read the various chapters based on their titles. ¿Page 50, There¿s No Excuse for Being Full of Excuses. Oh, that one¿s for so-and-so!¿ That may have been judgmental on my part, but it was too much fun to resist, and my family soon joined in. I think I¿ll share a few chapters with my son when he needs an attitude adjustment. Maybe I¿ll put it in the guest bath so people can have a little fun and inspiration when nothing else is happening.