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SOUL SURVIVOR

by Robert Ian Bonnick



ISBN:9781742575957
Format:Hardback
Page Extent:240 pages
Book Size:210 x 135 mm (Height x Width x Depth)

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£12.99

This inspirational book provides keys to unlock potential with self reflection, self empowerment, overcoming adversity & dream activation. It is impactful, funny yet poignant – Robert doesn’t take himself too seriously but he does take his message of hope and inspiration seriously. He discusses the keys/tools he used to achieve & overcome adversity by utilising humorous & moving stories from his past as way of illustration.

This book will touch on his Jamaican Maroon history, his parents & how he came to end up in two orphanages from the ages of two to eighteen. How he discovered his 5 keys that gave him a measurable, consistent and successful results every time. It will highlight Robert’s successes & achievements – how he applied these keys with colourful examples from his past to illustrate each of them. Robert. Robert writes how to ‘use’ the book & the tools to propel you to
the next step on your journey of manifestation.

You will be entertained and have an, often humorous no holes barred insight into life, from growing up for eighteen years in the decaying often brutal social care system in London, to travelling the world, failing frequently but learning quickly how to be successful including friendships with some of the most renown celebrities on the planet
and what we all have in common.


About the Author

Robert Ian Bonnick

Robert Ian Bonnick has danced for M-People, Womack and Womack, recruited for Madonna and modeled alongside Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista and Eva Herzigová. He has also travelled the globe living in destinations such as London, Sydney, and Milan. As the main promoter for Australia’s most iconic venues and parties, it would be easy to dismiss Rob as one of the ‘lucky few’ who has rubbed shoulders with the rich and famous. In reality, luck has had nothing to do with Rob’s success. Growing up in an orphanage between the ages of two and eighteen, Rob did not get a running start in the game of life. In addition to the initial challenges of not having a family, Rob was faced a choice. Would he choose to reflect and follow the path of fellow orphans who ended up in jail or dead? Or, instead choose to step into his greatest potential as a human being?