On what he calls “one fine day”, author Sameer Bhide suffered an extremely rare catastrophic hemorrhagic stroke in his cerebellum, underwent two brain surgeries, and spent a month in a medically induced coma. After his stroke, his entire life came crashing down, from a life-changing debilitating illness to the loss of work, and finally a divorce.
One Fine Day means life can and will change for good or bad – whether it’s physical or emotional, big or small, personal or professional, planned or sudden for anyone rich or poor, black or white, old or young. These life changes result in a new normal, alter our trajectory and require successful adaptation.
At some point in time, each one of us will have a new normal that we have to face; Sameer’s mission is to help and guide people worldwide on how one can prepare for and embrace their new normal, whatever it is for them.