#20 Niraj Shah: A Stroke of Good Fortune

#20 Niraj Shah: A Stroke of Good Fortune

Of course a brush with death or incapacitation like that also intensifies and clarifies what is truly important, so it’s fair to say it helped me both streamline my activities and stop unconsciously treating both health and time as if they are limitless resources - they’re not. It created a sense of urgency.

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#16: Dianne Langford James: Breaking Cycles and Building Her Legacy

#16: Dianne Langford James: Breaking Cycles and Building Her Legacy

In her 20’s, Mama D fell victim to alcohol and drug abuse as a result of a marriage gone awry. For decades, she struggled with alcoholism, still doing the best she could to provide for her children through a slew of corporate jobs including work for a local telephone company and the state of Massachusetts.

It was less than a month before her 40th birthday when Dianne had her “a-ha” moment.

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#4: Thriving On Fruit As A Diabetic: Robby Barbaro

#4: Thriving On Fruit As A Diabetic: Robby Barbaro

Robby's mission is to raise awareness for the benefits of a high-carb, fruit-based diet within the diabetes community. Robby embarked on the 180 that led him to this in December 2006 when he committed to a fruit-based diet. Of this he said, "it opened me up for a transformation in all areas of (my) life from relationships to complete awe of nature and the miracle that is life."

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