How Brad Gruno Ended in the Chips
Brad Gruno used to eat steak. “I was living the fast life, the American corporate diet,” says Gruno, 52, a former president of a multimillion-dollar, Atlanta-based fiber-optic cable company. But with skyrocketing cholesterol and the accumulated stress of losing his company following the 2001 dot-com crash, he knew his lifestyle needed a radical makeover. “Forty pounds overweight, depressed, I had just lost all this money—what am I going to do?”
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