Squeezing Good Out of Bad

Squeezing Good Out of Bad

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Squeezing Good Out of Bad: Top ten ways to not only survive but thrive with a lemon-fresh attitude as you face those lemon juice in the eye, life-puckering problems. The author has had his share of sour fruit (cancer, unemployment, depression, chronic nose hair) but provides a humorous look at the problems of life. Learn how to find hope and humor amidst horrific circumstances.

When life gives you lemons . . .
* Don’t confuse lemons with hand grenades – identify the problem
* Check the delivery slip 21 – determine if it’s your problem
* Sell them on eBay – profit from the problem
* Paint smiley faces on your lemons – laugh at the problem
* Join a citrus support group – share your problem
* Use as an all-natural, organic astringent – grow from the problem
* Don’t shoot the delivery driver – forgive the problem-maker
* Call in the Master Gardener – take the problem to a higher level
* Grow your own orchard – live a fruitful life despite-or because of-the problem
* Give off a refreshing fragrance – live a lemon-fresh life

Praise for Squeezing Good Out of Bad
A book that will make you laugh, think, and start looking at those sour places of life in a whole new way. I really enjoyed reading it.~ Martha Bolton, Writer for Jeff Allen, Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Mark Lowry

Jim fills each page with thirst-quenching lemon aid! His humility and insight are all the more compelling because he shares the lemons of heartache in his own life. An uplifting and encouraging read! ~ Marybeth Hicks, columnist for The Washington Times

Jim helps us find perspective in those life-puckering situations, find power for coping, and even helps us find purpose in the pucker. ~ Rhonda Rhea, author of Amusing Grace and High Heels in High Places -Walking Worthy in Way Cute Shoes

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Squeezing Good Out of Bad: Top ten ways to not only survive but thrive with a lemon-fresh attitude as you face those lemon juice in the eye, life-puckering problems. The author has had his share of sour fruit (cancer, unemployment, depression, chronic nose hair) but provides a humorous look at the problems of life. Learn how to find hope and humor amidst horrific circumstances.

When life gives you lemons . . .
* Don’t confuse lemons with hand grenades – identify the problem
* Check the delivery slip 21 – determine if it’s your problem
* Sell them on eBay – profit from the problem
* Paint smiley faces on your lemons – laugh at the problem
* Join a citrus support group – share your problem
* Use as an all-natural, organic astringent – grow from the problem
* Don’t shoot the delivery driver – forgive the problem-maker
* Call in the Master Gardener – take the problem to a higher level
* Grow your own orchard – live a fruitful life despite-or because of-the problem
* Give off a refreshing fragrance – live a lemon-fresh life

Praise for Squeezing Good Out of Bad
A book that will make you laugh, think, and start looking at those sour places of life in a whole new way. I really enjoyed reading it.~ Martha Bolton, Writer for Jeff Allen, Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Mark Lowry

Jim fills each page with thirst-quenching lemon aid! His humility and insight are all the more compelling because he shares the lemons of heartache in his own life. An uplifting and encouraging read! ~ Marybeth Hicks, columnist for The Washington Times

Jim helps us find perspective in those life-puckering situations, find power for coping, and even helps us find purpose in the pucker. ~ Rhonda Rhea, author of Amusing Grace and High Heels in High Places -Walking Worthy in Way Cute Shoes

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