Our next podcast will feature an interview with Eliz Greene, a woman who had a massive heart attack when she was pregnant with twins. Now she travels the country advocating for women’s heart health and encouraging people to live their lives with passion. We recorded the interview the other day, and we discussed the topic of wake-up calls (not the hotel room kind). How often do we see someone getting the news that they have six months to live, and suddenly that person ditches all of their fears and anxiety and gets down to the brass tacks of REALLY living life. Can a person do that without the seemingly necessary and proverbial wake-up call? You’ll have to tune in to hear Eliz’s thoughts on that, but I’ll share one of my new favorite lines from her: “I got hit with a ton of bricks, do you want one?”
Acland Brierty shared this video from YouTube of the extreme train surfer from Germany. Before he died of leukemia, he enjoyed the last year of his life surfing on trains (some traveling at speeds over 300 mph!)
He may have had leukemia, but I can assure you he was Adultitis-free.
[tags]Eliz Greene, passion, Adultitis, extreme, train rider, train surfer, leukemia[/tags]