I was painfully shy as a child growing up in the suburbs of Pennsylvania so much so my teachers told my parents that they should put me into a theater group. I hated it.
I loved radio and loved music – I practiced being a dj in my room using a tape recorder I bought from mowing lawns.
Radio allowed me to overcome my shyness.
What was thought to be an insurmountable obstacle turned out to be the stimulus to overcome a perceived disadvantage.
Adversity is a gift that is handed to us from time to time.
When it arrives, anticipate that adversity will introduce you to yourself.
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