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177. How a Massive Stroke Changed my Life for the Better - Ted Baxter

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Ted was a super successful financial consultant for 22 years and built a financial services practice in Tokyo from scratch. He talks about the moments leading up to his stroke and what the experience itself was like. He talks about how he only had the capability to speak about 1,000 words in his fir
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Ted was a super successful financial consultant for 22 years and built a financial services practice in Tokyo from scratch. He talks about the moments leading up to his stroke and what the experience itself was like. He talks about how he only had the capability to speak about 1,000 words in his first year post stroke when comparatively 4 year olds can speak around 4,000 words. He talked about how he was able to continue to bounce back from 3 seizures during the recovery process, about how working out, playing golf, boxing, and tying his arm behind his back with a rope were all important aspect of his recovery process. _____ Learn about: 6:23 -8:57 : What happened the day of the stroke  12:06 - 12:24: "I’m gonna show them that I’ll be back” 16:42 - 18:11: Relearning to walk  21:53 - 23:06: Seizures +  Boxing - not about how hard of a hit you can give but how many you can take and still move forward 26:34 - 28:14: Five day streak jogging, fluency. Connection between physical recovery and speech recovery  28:18 - 30:13: Constant Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT), tying his arm behind his back  Ted’s 3 things to get closer to her best self: 1. Speak better 2. Exchange with strangers better 3. Find other ways to share his message
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