Author Topic: Shaky but not shaken  (Read 4254 times)


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Re: Shaky but not shaken
« Reply #15 on: November 29, 2018, 11:24:54 pm »
4 years ago I was the founder for one trade company and the company is running well.  After surgery my brain is slow and left hearing loss I have to think about switch to RE or healthcare investor. It is tough to keep in previous work, too much stress and hard to handle daily operation.

I try to pick up work slowly and don't overwhelming, really appreciate hubby and kids to support me. I just completed one transaction yesterday and doing one flip project, so far I enjoy freedom and family. The life change is not bad at all :)

You and I have very different carriers - IT prof vs. a pilot.
However, even myself I got to think of potential carrier changes that could accommodate AN issues and still give you honest living.
I, for one, could switch to instructing; I think.
Much easier to talk/teach others as of me.

I say be honest and think about this philosophically.
Carrier change is not the end of life; you have to do what you have to do (sooner or later, you get to that point in time).


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Re: Shaky but not shaken
« Reply #16 on: November 30, 2018, 02:42:38 am »
Thanks for the replies; much food for thought.
Symptoms began Dec ‘16
MRI Jun ‘17 8x5 mm AN
MRI Nov ‘17 11x6 mm
Watch and wait
MRI Nov ‘18 22x13 mm
Cyberknife in Feb ‘19