The Game of Adversity: 8 Practices To Turn Life’s Toughest Moments Into Your Greatest Opportunities



If you are looking for a Non-Fiction deal, you came to the right place. Today’s Deal offers ‘how to’ guide. “Blending research with his own experience (and some awesome examples from great movies), Nick DiNardo proves that set backs push us forward and outlines how to leverage adversity to get stronger and be better.” ~ David Burkus, author of The Myths of Creativity We all face adversity.

The real question is whether we can overcome it. In his practical, informative, and research-based new book, Nick DiNardo shares strategies you can use to become a better leader and a better person.” ~ Dorie Clark, Author of Stand Out and Reinventing You We’re too comfortable. Growing up, we’re all taught that the best situation is the one where everything goes according to plan. Adversity is something to be avoided or, at the very least, tolerated. This book is here to tell you the opposite., You owe it to yourself! So grab your copy now.

The Author

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Nick DiNardo is an entrepreneur, consultant and public speaker focused on adversity, personal growth and education. Throughout his career he has interviewed hundreds of experts on overcoming adversity, dealing with trauma and stress, and the crucial role that this plays in our cognitive development and education.

Nick has dealt with adversity his entire life. After his parents separated when he was seven years old, Nick went from living the American Dream to sleeping on the floor of a one room apartment and sharing a kitchen with 17 people. He managed to earn a football scholarship to Wesleyan University (CT) and ruptured the tendons in his knee in his senior year. He has started multiple companies, most of which failed.

Time and time again he faced adversity–and continued to grow as a result. It is these lessons that led Nick to write The Game of Adversity, which distills cutting-edge psychological research as well as wisdom from Seneca, Viktor Frankl and Vince Lombardi, and turns it into actionable advice.

Nick is the producer and host of two podcasts: the Meet Education Project and the Sweet Adversity Podcast. He writes more about adversity and personal growth at He lives in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, with his wife Sarah.