Life can offer crossroads and obstacles that may deter even the most resilient individual from reaching their highest potential. What if there was a set of seven foundational principles that could redirect anyone from any background facing any adversity to overcome these challenges and propel them to lifelong success?
Ordinary to Extraordinary was designed as a quick read, with simple-to-follow principles for anyone short with time and, “on the go.” Gary D. Josephson MD, MBA offers a concise guide with life remedies that can transform anyone’s ordinary life to one of enjoyment, happiness and sustainable success. The lessons within Ordinary to Extraordinary will inspire readers to embrace a life that’s extraordinary!
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About the Author
Dr. Josephson is the Chief Medical Officer at Nemours Children’s Health—Jacksonville. He holds academic rank of Professor at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and the Universityof South Florida College of Medicine. He has been named in “Jacksonville’s Best Surgeons in the City” and listed in “Castle Connelly” and “Best Doctors in America” Dr. Josephson has numerous peer-reviewed publications in the medical literature in addition to a medical text he edited titled “Complications in Pediatric Otolaryngology”.
In 2015, Dr. Josephson was honored by his undergraduate alma mater and was the commencement keynote speaker for the graduating class of the College of Biological Sciences. His address shared his seven life principles and how they pave a road to success. On a personal note, Dr. Josephson enjoys nature, outdoor activities, and staying physically fit. His greatest passion is spending time with his wife, Patricia, a Jacksonville pediatrician, and their two children, Samantha and Grayson.
Table of Contents
Principle 1 Attitude, Attitude, ATTITUDE! 1
Principle 2 Knowledge and Wisdom 15
Principle 3 Relationships and Community 31
Principle 4 Sustainable Wealth 45
Principle 5 Spiritual Core 65
Principle 6 Healthy Living 81
Principle 7 The Art of Giving (Benevolent Arts) 97
Call to Action 113
About the Author 115