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Not Impossible : Do What Can't Be Done, Paperback / softback Book

Not Impossible : Do What Can't Be Done Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


Discover the "road map to changing your life by changing the lives of others" (Jillian Michaels, New York Times bestselling author) with the eye-opening and inspirational story of how one person-a film producer by trade and an optimist by nature-accidentally realized that no problem is unsolvable with a little bit of DIY.

As an enthusiastic participant in the Maker Movement, Mick Ebeling has found countless ways to create new, simple, do-it-yourself technologies.

But Ebeling has always dreamed big and soon realized that by ignoring that little voice of doubt in his head, his hobby could have the potential to actually help people surmount seemingly impossible odds.

From crafting prosthetics for a young Sudanese boy who lost his hands in a bombing to a machine that allowed a paralyzed artist to draw again, Ebeling soon saw that nothing is actually impossible. Now, he shares his fascinating accomplishments including the creation of the Eyewriter-a device that tracks eye movements and translates them onto a screen, allowing them to be painted on a canvas or printed into a 3D sculpture. A true testament to the power of determination, Not Impossible is the launching pad for you to uncover your abilities to change the world, too.

Bursting with optimism and new ideas, "this is the template for a new science of consciousness.

Mick Ebeling sees impossible just as a word for something not yet done.

Read his book. Think like him. Then do the impossible" (Deepak Chopra).




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