Sometimes It Does Take A Brain Surgeon

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Bleeding is usually an indication of life – unless of course that bleeding occurs in your brainstem. This was Brian’s experience, and it caused him to lose his sight. But providentially, it took him going blind to regain a clear vision for his life.

We all have blindness in our lives.

Did you ever wonder why certain things are happening to you?

  • Why do you get passed over for raises or get bad grades?
  • Why does a certain diagnosis send you into an emotional spiral, but you notice others handling it much differently?
  • Why don’t you seem to be employable?

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Identify your blind spots, overcome obstacles and create a clear vision for your life

In this book, you’ll find the answer to many of these questions and more. As the author puts it, the first step in going from blindness to sight and then to vision is to admit that you’re blind.  Many people fail to admit that they’re blind as can be heard in the saying, “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results is the definition of insanity”.

In order to have sight you need to be able to identify your blindspots. Don’t we all wish that we could identify our blindspots? The trouble is that you can’t identify your own blindspots on your own. That would go against the definition of a blindspot.

Once you have sight and have identified your blindspots the next phase is to see through those blindspots. There are multiple tools that are offered, in this book, to be used along the way. This is where you truly can achieve clear vision. Not only vision for you, but also for those around you.

Top customer reviews from Amazon

5.0 out of 5 starsInsights from a patient’s perspective on the life changing that happens with brain surgery
By Michael Levitt on September 3, 2017
Format: Paperback
As someone that had a significant medical procedure in my life, Brian’s book definitely resonates with me. He does a masterful job of sharing the story, in a way that you feel that you’re walking with him during the entire process. Definitely have this book in your collection!

5.0 out of 5 starsA choice in perspectives
By Amazon Customer on September 3, 2017
Format: Paperback
Brian E. Wagner offers a perspective on how vision (and the lack of it) can affect our daily life. He compares the loss of sight with one’s ability (or inability) to have a vision for their life. He brings a new light on blind spots, one that I had not been exposed to before. He also encourages the reader to pay attention now that all seems to work well in our life so that we can be prepared for the unexpected. This book quite enlightening and inspiring at the same time. The author offers genuine strategies to foresee life’s hazard, be prepared for them and be equipped to handle them with wisdom and perspective.

5.0 out of 5 starsThis book helps you realize that, instead of taking …
By Karen Maffeo Creamer on September 4, 2017
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This book helps you realize that, instead of taking things for granted, you can stop and really identify and evaluate what your beliefs are and change them. Brian shows us just how far HOPE can take us.

5.0 out of 5 starsNeed Focus? Get this book.
By DM on September 3, 2017
Format: Paperback
Brian Wagner’s vision Is truly clearer after he went blind. Now with that clarity, he guides his readers through poignant insights that he has learned through his journey. A definite must-read if you desire practical guidance on how best to refocus so that you can achieve your personal goals.

5.0 out of 5 starsA must read for those looking to better their lives
By Nanette O’Neal on September 3, 2017
Format: Paperback
Brian Wagner uses his brain injury from birth as the framework for this motivational book that will help his readers see through their own blind spots, view their hidden treasures, and envision a new life for themselves. A must read for those looking to better their lives.

5.0 out of 5 starsThis is an amazing book. The author shares his story in such …
By Laura Shortridge on September 4, 2017
Format: Paperback
This is an amazing book. The author shares his story in such a powerful and empowering way, it helps me to view stumbling blocks as stepping stones and trials as blessings. Thank you, Brian Wagner, for sharing your journey.

5.0 out of 5 starsTough to put down!
By Mark LaMaster on September 9, 2017
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An iInspiring and motivating journey that will make you think twice about giving up. The enthusiasm Brian Wagner brings in this gem makes it tough to put down!

5.0 out of 5 starsA quick and valuable read
By Gary Monti on September 9, 2017
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Brian addresses well how to thrive when hit by the unfairness of life. His story about trying to simply walk down a sidewalk and find a restaurant while visually impaired is a keeper. It encapsulates the trials we all face at some point and might be tempted to just “give up” – two words you won’t find in Brian’s vocabulary.

While inspirational the book is quite practical. Just reading the call-outs when under pressure or feeling like things are starting to fall apart can help steady oneself. Practical guidelines are offered in the acronyms Brain created. They are great mnemonics that can help one (re)orient and (re)gain a focus.

Now, you’re ready to join in the movement to “Embrace Your Personal Blindness To Create a Clear Vision For Your Life”

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