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Moonshot: A Nasa Astronaut'S Guide To Achieving The Impossible

Release date: 5 December 2023
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Learn the NASA Astronaut mindset to solve problems, provide leadership in the face of adversity and never give up when pursuing your wildest ambitions.

Mike Massimino achieved his dream of exploring space. Now he distils stories and insights from NASA into an actionable guide to accomplish your biggest goals. Mike reveals how to make possible the seemingly impossible - on Earth. Written with characteristic wit and a big heart, Mike identifies ten hard-earned lessons of spaceflight and his other life experiences, including:

One in a Million Is Not Zero: The odds are against you. Do it anyway.
The Thirty-Second Rule: You're going to make mistakes. Learn how to deal with them.
Be Amazed: The universe is an incredible place. Stop what you're doing and look around.
Know When to Pivot: Change is inevitable. Accept and embrace it.

We all have our own personal 'moon shots' we'd like to take in life, but as mission control will tell you, doing one big thing really means getting a thousand little things right along the way. Moonshot is the book that will show you how to do just that, and help set you on the right path to achieve your own personal and professional dreams.

 

Product Details

Title: Moonshot: A Nasa Astronaut'S Guide To Achieving The Impossible
Author: Mike Massimino
Publisher: Piatkus
SKU: BK0483907
EAN: 9780349438832
Number Of Pages: 224
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Country Of Origin: India
Release date: 5 December 2023

About Author

Mike Massimino served as a NASA Astronaut from 1996-2014. He was the last human to work inside of Hubble, and set a team record with his crewmates for the most cumulative spacewalking time in a single space shuttle mission. He currently lives in New York City where he is an engineering professor at Columbia and an advisor at the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum. He also has had a recurring role as himself on the beloved TV show The Big Bang Theory and appears regularly as a guest on news programs and documentaries.

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