"Once I decided I would be happy living in my truck, I was free."
The man who said this to me never has to work again. He built a company from noth...
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It is easy to understand the reactions of those who respond to the emotional vampires in their lives with umbrage, anger, ridicule and pain. Those feelings are real, but in choosing to nurture them we imprison ourselves.
Few people realize they have beliefs that greatly limit their ability to be and do more.
Admitting to loneliness, telling people you need them, or expressing a desire to connect with others has become weirdly taboo.
When your movie is about eight people whose lives are transformed by balloon twisting conventions, you have to work a bit harder to convince adults that your film will be worth their time.
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