Chasing daylight : how my forthcoming death transformed my life : a final account / Eugene O'Kelly with Andrew Postman.  (Text) (Text)

O’Kelly, Eugene, -2005
Postman, Andrew
Call no.: BF789.D4 O545 2008Publication: New York : McGraw-Hill, c2008Description: 201 pISBN: 0071499938; 9780071499934Subject(s): O'Kelly, Eugene, -2005 -- Death and burialDeath -- Psychological aspectsTerminally ill -- PsychologyBrain neoplasmsLOC classification: BF789.D4 | O545 2008Summary: "An honest and inspirational look at one man's struggle against illness to understand the significance of his work and to close the relationships of his life. The author was one of the most respected CEOs (of KPMG) in the United States and an intimate of some of the most recognizable names in global enterprise. Diagnosed with brain cancer and given four months to live, he chose to 'unwind' his life and to experience each remaining moment, in as balanced a way as possible"--
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"An honest and inspirational look at one man's struggle against illness to understand the significance of his work and to close the relationships of his life. The author was one of the most respected CEOs (of KPMG) in the United States and an intimate of some of the most recognizable names in global enterprise. Diagnosed with brain cancer and given four months to live, he chose to 'unwind' his life and to experience each remaining moment, in as balanced a way as possible"--

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