Everyone Has a Plan until Sh!t Hits the Fan

Tofe Evans

Sh!t can happen to anyone, whether it’s a life-threatening situation, a death in the family, a business gone bust, or another high-stress personal catastrophe. This book is your lifeline, offering tools to help you prepare yourself mentally to weather every impending storm.

Everyone Has a Plan until Sh!t Hits the Fan is your Practical Resilience Bible. Tofe Evans provides the battle-tested mental artillery you need to escape the trenches under heavy fire and find your way onto safer ground. No matter what the crisis, his powerful insights and strategies will enable you to face every onslaught, survive any trauma, and ultimately emerge victorious.

Being ready for whatever the world throws at you is key. Adversity is a fact of life, and dealing with traumatic events requires calm, focus, and mental toughness and sharpness. Tofe Evans will get you there.

Press & Praise

Dr. Steve Maraboli, Behavioral Scientist & Best-Selling Author

"Tofe Evans' story is one of triumph, wisdom, and the resiliency of the human spirit. His courage and transparency will surely inspire any reader to reach beyond current circumstances and connect with their greatest life."

Dr. Jodie Bradnam, Clinical Psychologist

"Tofe's determination, courage, and energy are woven into the pages of this book. He leads by example, sharing powerful, personal lessons from his journey and offering mind hacks to inspire you to take your own leap of faith."

Professor Peter Reaburn, Sports Science, Bond University

"As a highly committed and award-winning tertiary educator and applied sport scientist, I have been involved in working with young men and women for over 30 years. The three factors I love seeing in young people are passion, commitment to a work ethic, and resilience. Tofe Evans stands out as a young man with not only those qualities but as a person committed to helping others bring their dreams to reality through sharing his personal journey. I like that! "

Tofe Evans

Tofe Evans is constantly reinventing himself. His firm belief in pushing the boundaries of what the human body and mind are capable of inspired him to run a race down the slopes of Mt. Everest, and he has been called “crazy” on more occasions than he has been referred to byname. The endurance career he embarked upon in recent years not only shaped his character; it literally saved his life. He has become a powerful advocate for everyone’s ability to rise above personal turmoil by conquering their own mind.

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