As many of you already know, beLIthe, LLC is a small company. In fact, we only have two employees. As the Managing Director, I do it all. Keep track of the books, invoice, sell, deliver, develop content, blah, blah, blah. Alex, my son, works with me providing support, editing videos and podcasts, and developing my crazy software ideas.
So, being a small company, we can accomplish a lot, but struggle with doing more than one thing at a time.
On August 25th, I entered the ER at IU Methodist Hospital. That started what turned into a perfect storm. I had a heart attack! The heart attack was so severe, that we were directed to The Heart Failure group.
Fast forward to October 3. I woke up with new transplanted heart. As word as spread, the outpouring of support has been overwhelming. Down days have been often turned positive by a text or phone call.
My anticipated future is gone. Yet, I am here because of the medical heroes at Methodist. Check out this link. Not best picture!
The future of beLithe is also obviously up in the air.
I would ask that you consider this one point: Despite all the I have been through, I am determined to make this the best thing that has happened to me. Caveat: outside of my wife and three great kids. I am considering this as a reboot of my body and mind.
I am planning on sharing my journey in an effort to help others. I will draw clear lines so that those of you who are interested can follow. Those of you who aren’t interested won’t be bothered.
More to come. Thanks for your support.