Staying On Offense Includes Making Big Changes
I was not born with the name Bill Montgomery! That is a shocking fact. What is my real name? Well you will just have to read my book to find out. How is that for a tease?
Attacking Adversity From the Beginning
I was born in Seattle Washington at Virginia Mason hospital back in the summer of 1945. I was told I had polio when I was about five years old, but it was a mild case. I remember having the feeling of needles in my legs, but I stayed on offense. Later when I was in first grade I had to have a shot every day for allergies and I had severe asthma. However, staying on offense, exercise exorcised the asthma for the most part. As recently as about ten years ago I would get wheezing spells, but not now. That is attacking adversity!
Now in my seventies I continue to stay on offense by climbing a mountain every week from March through September and hitting the gym all the other days.