To decide means one choice has to die.

I recently learned that we avoid making decisions because to decide means one choice has to die.  That the word decide has the word -ide in it and similar words like genocide and suicide where it means death.

Today I am talking with John Spencer who is now retired from the Army after 25 years.  John and his wife met in combat in Iraq in 2009 and were a dual military family for almost 8 years.  His story and recent book “Connected Soldiers” are filled with depth of stories of struggle, triumph, and getting through it.

Connected Soldiers Book – Amazon

Topics Covered:

  • Joining looking for something else
  • Growing up through your military service
  • Searching for meaning in life
  • When your retirement feels more like a funeral
  • Lead by example
  • Having cancer hit the family and getting through
  • As a Team, we can handle everything

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