--- Bradley Charbonneau ---

There's usually a choice. It's usually yours. You know when you make a decision and you know it's the wrong one? Later on, you wonder why you did it. At some point, often when you're alone, the world has quieted down, and you have a minute, you think, "Am I the type of person who doesn't do that type of thing?" There's not only a choice of what type of ice cream to get but there's a choice about what type of person we want to become. Did you catch that? You might not yet be the type of person who does that sort of thing but you can become that type of person. How? By doing that type of thing. I wasn't the type of person who wrote books, created podcasts, or got in front of the camera. Until I was. Now I am. Welcome to Repossible. There's usually a choice. It's usually yours.
Brought to you by Bradley Charbonneau of Repossible

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