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Retired and widowed in the same year, blessed with an amazing son on the Autism Spectrum. The years since my wife’s passing have opened my eyes, shifting my focus from work and a seeming unending drive to get ahead just to get ahead; to a more satisfying view of what is important in my life. I now recognize the value in doing well by doing good, and while you are responsible for your own success – it doesn’t (and shouldn’t) have to come at someone else’s expense. Challenge yourself each day to step out of your comfort zone and reap the benefits of becoming the best possible you.

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