Many of us face challenges early on that shape us and could define us. But how we react to those forces and experiences is what truly makes us the people we are.
Life is about choices. Choosing a fork in the road and then understanding the related consequences is a part of life. If you can harness the power, positive or negative, of a given life experience, then one can move forward in the direction of their choosing.
Our guest today has overcome many obstacles in life and used them as stepping stones for his next phase of life.
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