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Survivor : life in the SAS
Survivor : life in the SAS
Wales, Mark2021
Mark Wales thought his life would end in a cornfield in Afghanistan. Mark and his SAS troops emerged from that scorched battlefield twelve hours later, his mentor gunned down, his dream career now a nightmare. Over four deployments of intense warfighting, Mark watched the line between right and wrong become blurred. When he left the SAS he was adrift, crippled by guilt. On a mission to rebuild himself, Mark turned his life around. He fought his way into the gates of a US Ivy League business school and into the boardrooms of top-tier international corporations. He spent years navigating failure in a quest to find new meaning in life. With every setback Mark counterattacked, discovering the tactics and tools needed to become more resilient, and to find happiness, belonging and purpose. Told with gripping suspense, humour and touching warmth, Survivor is Mark's extraordinary life in and out of the SAS, a story of resilience and a testament to the power of transformation. -- Publisher's website.
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Wales, Mark, author
Sydney, NSW : Pan Macmillan Australia, 2021.©2021
xiv, 350 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly colour), portraits (chiefly colour) ; 24 cm.
"Forging resilience. Finding purpose. Matering transformation" -- Cover.Includes index.
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Sandringham LibraryBiography355 WALOnloan - Due: 30 Dec 2021