A Winning Drive to Drive

My thoughts used to be a lot younger. 30 years ago, like any 18 year old guy who spends thousands of dollars customizing his Camaro, I loved to drive! Even a motorcycle crash leaving me brain damaged and half paralyzed couldn’t keep me from driving. . But Harborview...
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Attitude of Shock, Delusion, Apathy

Reading Dr Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning shows that being a crash survivor who is locked in a suddenly half paralyzed body has a surprising number of experiences in common with, but thankfully a greater number of experiences different than the experiences...
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Attitude Barriers

Although I must have been aware of their influence, on some level, before corresponding with PaulVan den Brande – The 4PL Coach from the Just in Time Management Group of Bruges Area, Belgium, https://www.bpma.be – on LinkedIn, I lacked the means to...
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Winning Challenged

    “Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.” –M. Kathleen Casey   Have you ever asked for something you ended up not wanting? I not only asked to see Harborview Hospital’s chief neurosurgeon, I insisted on it. Finally he visited my room. He was a big...
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