The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Re: Not by choice....
Posted By: Diane
In Response To: Simple solution? (heidi)
I'm sure the stress factor is very, very real in this case, but please, you do jump to conclusions as to the motives for work.
We are not talking about a yuppie acheiver here. This is a man who was forced out of the system after thirty years and lost everything. He's not a believer in "retirement" and has started over "from scratch" at the ripe old age of sixty and done what most people a fraction of his age would'nt have the guts to try. He went from thirty years in engineering to becoming a successful "entreprenuer" with all of the challenges that implies. Coupled with the dietary and lifestyle changes we've made, we feel like we've just begun to live!
The stress factor becoming less significant now that our business is established and are looking at alternatives to reduce it even more.
Although stress is a definate factor is health. I suspect that far more people suffer from the negative thinking attached to it and using it as an excuse for failure rather than a catalyst to success. Certainly, no major achievement is ever made with subjecting oneself to some stress.:)
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Diane -- Friday, 19 June 1998, at 2:28 p.m.
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