Folks wonder how they’ll be remembered in death. Now I know that answer.
Six weeks of my life are missing.
I was in a drug-induced coma. And for most of that time, the doctors told my wife I’d certainly die.
My team stepped up and ran the business without me. Freelancers reached out and promised to do whatever was necessary as long as I was in the hospital.
My brain was scrambled for the first week and a half after waking up. But as I started learning how folks responded to my near early departure from this world, I was stunned. I didn’t realize how much I impacted those lives.
So, now, I’m talking to other leaders and how they’re making an impact beyond themselves. I suspect many, like me, are unwitting leaders. Is that you? – Craig Andrews