"I help those who hold a noble aspiration (leaders primarily) answer life’s two most important questions: What’s going on, and what’s the healthiest action I can take in this moment?"
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For the wise man, there is nothing to be called bad. Any adversity of life provides a step for his growth, provided he knows how to utilize it.~ Buddha
Buddha, Inner Ink, Steve Roberts
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