A very special thank you to Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek, for sharing this video.
Here are his words:
“There are moments when you feel the world is too much. Days and even weeks when you want to (or perhaps do) pull up the covers and half-sleep in bed until nightfall, avoiding a feeling of hopelessness that seems insurmountable. Long-awaited deals fall through without warning, haters attack you without reason or fact, circumstances turn good decisions into awful realities — sometimes it just feels like the deck is stacked against you and there is nothing you can do about it.
I’ve felt the same on more than a few occasions, and more are coming.”
Truth be told, I’ve felt that way many times in my life, too.
And if you or a loved one is battling cancer, that feeling of hopelessness could be 10 x 10 x 10 times worse than anything you could have ever imagined.
…guess what? Lots and lots and lots of people survive cancer: Lance Armstrong, Christina Applegate, Rober DiNiro, Steve Jobs, Sheryl Crow, and many more. And not just famous people win their battle with cancer. Check out Richard Todd’s story at www.cellsforcells.com and how he beat leukemia in 44 days!
Stand back up! Finish strong! Beat Cancer! Win Your Battle! Watch this Video.