A.E. Williams

Great article here! I've edited a number of memoirs from my clients and these are some of the things I tell them. A memoir is like watching a movie of real person's life and characters are characters, almost in the same vein as in a fictional piece. Bravo!

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Thanks so much for sharing this. It really helps ground us entrepreneurs, founders, and owners as we go through that arduous journey of trying to become a great leader others. There are so many challenges. Not being an asshole is a challenge at times. It's refreshing to know that others are going through the same thing as well.

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What truly bothers me sometimes is when people tell me to "let go of the past," but it influences so much of the present. At the age now that I finally have the mental acuity to pick out those traumas in my childhood and connect them to the present-day. They've definitely come out not that I am married. It's so hard to be happy because those feelings don't disappear. Now it's about acknowledgment and justifying why I behave the way I do.

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Very great things to note here. I've been thinking about these things myself at thirty-three. I think #7 really means a lot. We get pummeled in our twenties and by the time we make it to thirty, it's hard to imagine having dreams.

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Thank you sharing this! This really speaks to me as I've been working on turning things around in my life, learning to respect myself and not talk down to myself. I think we all get to a low point and have issues climbing our way out of it. These points…

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