The major unexpected happened on March 6, 2003: I woke up and could no longer raise my arm to brush my teeth. I experienced crushing fatigue that left doctors perplexed. One doctor gave me a 3% chance of a full recovery. Another told me that, based on my test results, I shouldn’t be alive. Luckily, not only did I recover, but I’m stronger and healthier than before I got sick.
These experiences are why I passionately believe that there is always a way forward.
My own life experiences tell me that that’s true, as well as my experience in having coached thousands of people and my graduate degree, which is based on the science of human flourishing.
If you are looking for your way forward, I hope you’ll join me.