"A Stuntman's Guide To Surviving Ground Zero" (The Co-Creators Handbook Series) is an inspiring book by South African soldier/Pastor/international stuntman Sebastian Paul Siebert who miraculously survived being hit by an aircraft during a free fall stunt at a charity airshow in 1999 at the height of his career.
The freak accident left him brain-damaged and paralysed down his left side. The story tells how he fought his way back from a deep coma and had to consciously reprogram and preprogram his subconscious mind to produce physiological results he needed.
Sebastian used a combination of choice, determination, visualisation techniques – and technology to overcome his challenges - despite every medical prognosis to the contrary. Sebastian was able to achieve full recovery and worked as a stunt coordinator for big movies including Pearl Harbor, Troy and Lord of War - before in favour of life coaching, public speaking and writing.
Although Sebastian lost the ability to read and write due to his brain injury – he was thankfully still able to speak - and used Dragon NaturallySpeaking, the world's leading desktop speech recognition software solution from Nuance Communications to put this words to paper.
This book will inspire, empower and teach you about the incredible abilities you have within you to overcome your past and determine your own future.
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