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June 11, 2007


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Alan Bradford

Love it.

This has been such a natural pastime that my brain and I have enjoyed, that I assumed everyone told themselves stories in their heads. I'm starting to realize that not everyone does...


Alan — You sound like a natural-born storyteller. It's part of who you are. And you're right: not everyone does this.

If you continue to find ways to honor your storytelling drive — by paying attention to it, by listening to it, by continuing to tell stories — you'll becoming stronger in your skill and stronger in who you really are.

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