On July 11, 2001, I was training for a bicycle race, when an SUV going 40 mph crossed over the center line and hit me head on. Due to the amount of injuries I sustained, I almost died
and nearly lost one of my legs.
Although this experience was both physically and mentally painful, it taught me how to better manage my time and energy, so I could live a happier and more fulfilling life.
I know I survived my Last Bad Day so I could help others who know there’s a better way to live life, but aren’t sure how or where to start.
With this in mind, I’m celebrating the 18th anniversary of My Last Bad Day Shift by committing myself to helping 1,000,000 people make theirs, beginning with you!