(…continued from last week)
In 1977 in Tallahassee Florida, Laura Shultz, who was 63 at the time, was in her house preparing dinner. Just doing what she needed to do. And she heard her grandson screaming out in the garage.
She dropped everything, ran outside, and here was her grandson with his arm pinned under their Buick. This little lady lifted the car by the bumper of the Buick. Lifted it right off her grandson. Later when she was being interviewed she said, “I’ve never lifted more than 50 pounds of dog food in my life.”
Not too much longer after that, Dr. Charles Garfield had read this interview, and decided he wanted to meet Laura. Garfield is the one who wrote the book Peak Performance. He was talking to her and during their discussion, she said she really didn’t like to think about what she called ‘the event’. She kept referring to it as an event. Read more »