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During the early stages of my recovery from bypass surgery I read a number of different books offering insights and advice. Jon Kyle Ezell’s “Becoming Bionic” happened to be the first. When Mr. Ezell wrote this book he was a professor at Ohio State University in Columbus,Ohio. He begins the book noting that his advice is not for everybody, and to talk to your own doctor before following his advice.
Reading this book helped me a great deal, and while I didn’t have a heart attack as Mr. Ezell did, his advice and experience were incredibly relevant for me. He had a heart attack at age 41 and committed to not only recover, but to be outlandish and run marathons – and he has done just that.
Running marathons is not for everybody, but I fully recommend this book for members of Our Community.
Mr. Ezell offers the following advice early in his book:
1. ultimately, you control your own health and your own future even in the face of adversity (and potentially death);
2. without hope there is no future, and;
3. with hope you have a shot
I’m confident that reading this book will help members of Our Community better understand themselves and begin the journey to a happy, healthy, and long life.
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