When I was a kid I have a clear memory of an Army recruiter coming to our door. My mom answered, which was unfortunate for the recruiter. Vietnam had recently ended and we lived on a liberal University campus and,…
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The longer I live and dive into what makes my days work, I notice that the order of things really matters. As I embrace reality, I see how many things need to come at the right time, in the right…
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