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Jun 14 2011
FORTUNE — How would going through a near-death experience change you? It’s one of those questions that few of us ever ponder or could ever answer until, heaven forbid, it happens.
On April 28, 2010, Chris Licht, then the hard-charging executive producer of MSNBC’s Morning Joe, suffered a brain aneurysm — putting him closer to death’s door than he ever wanted to be. Eight days in the hospital and weeks of recovery offered Chris some time to think about his non-stop Blackberrying, yelling at work, not paying enough attention to his family, and losing touch with his friends.
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Haddad Media 2011
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May 29, 2011
WHAT I LEARNED WHEN I ALMOST DIED
by Chris Licht, nonfiction, $23
The hard-driving cocreator of MSNBC’s Morning Joe was unprepared for the pain, fear, and helplessness he felt after suffering a brain hemorrhage. But as he details in this candid, thoughtful book, it was the life-affirming lessons he took from the debilitating event that stunned him the most.
Click here to read the review at www.Parade.com.