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  The Chatter Box : Blathering On
Building A Speaking Career. by tucsonmike on 20 February 2006 2:54am
The irony? Before my little mishap, my mentor said I needed to find something I am passionate about. Well I found it. Helping people avoid trouble. Not as a long time "reformed con" who saw the light, but with the premise, one error is all it takes. Plus, about being peaceful unless in danger.
It sounds trite, but there it is. Would not expect to get rich off it, but that isn't really the point. I am still playing with how to put it together.

I wanted to add to this. I found the site for Dr. Martin Luther King Center in Atlanta. I am looking for ways to volunteer for them.

Anyone who wants to help me flesh this into a better message, I welcome your input. It's already been a long day. I just finished writing a lecture about the Chinese building the railroad in Tucson.

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