Never Take for Granted: How a Near-death Accident and a Traumatic Brain Injury Showed me how much I’d taken for Granted by Debbie Grosser
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An inspirational memoir based upon my whole life (thus far) but it’s heavily weighted on the last 9+ years since my survival of a near-death accident in Aug 2011. I chronicle my early life, my 25 year marriage, my 30 years on Wall Street and my career as an avid age-grouper, all-distance triathlete. I competed and completed all-distances of triathlon including the Ironman at Lake Placid, NY in 2005.
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As a survivor of a near-death accident, I’ve demonstrated that I’m a survivor. Prior to my accident, I was a 30-year veteran on Wall Street; working as an industry analyst, covering the Electric Power sector. As part of a team, we covered 100+ electric utilities.Often, I had to make split-second trading recommendations to traders, and salespeople. I worked under pressure. On the personal side, I started as a runner. eventually running marathons. Later, I became an avid, all-distance triathlete, competing, and completing all distance triathlons, including the Ironman, in Lake Placid, NY. I later discovered that it was all of my training and racing that helped me to survive my accident. I give my thanks to God and an excellent neurosurgeon for putting back the pieces of my brain and body. Today, I thrive. I look forward to the reception that my book receives from a global audience.