An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth

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There was this TV commercial stating that an astronaut trumps all other heroic jobs in the world. It was incredibly cheesy, but it’s absolutely true. Just ask Commander Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian to walk in space and owner of over 4,000 hours outside of our planet. It goes without saying that he’s a veteran in space and the experience has taught him some vital lessons that are actually applicable on terra firma. Cmdr. Hadfield pens those experiences in An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth. Think of the 320-page book as a manual to unlocking your potential into anything that you can think about. An astronaut uses a lot more of his brain cells than us mere mortals, but the good Commander teaches us how we can maximize our gray matter as well. His approach to life might be a little unconventional but that might just be what we need to reach the impossible. The Astronaut’s Guide is available as an audible book or as the traditional hard cover. $17+.

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