Life is fragile. We live day-to-day and take a lot of things for granted -- our health, our futures, and the people in our lives.
Sometimes, we are slapped with the cold hand of reality.
One of my website members, Michael Todd, passed away last night in Port Richey, Florida.
Michael was about 50 years old, with a loud voice. He has been a member of my website for almost two years and began calling on the phone almost immediately.
"I'm working on the Xingyi, Mr. Ken," he would say.
"You don't have to call me Mister," I said during the first call.
"Oh, that's just the way I talk," he said. "I love you, brother."
Now, it's unusual for a guy you don't know to tell you he loves you right off the bat, so I was a bit leery of him at first. I just wasn't sure. But he kept calling every week, letting me know how he was progressing, and finally, we set up a live one-on-one coaching session via Skype.
When we did the live session, I was surprised at how well he had learned the Xingyi...
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