Episode 23: Do What’s Right, Not What’s Easy

Oct 7, 2019

 

“Leaders choose to do what’s right, not what’s easy.” In today’s episode, Sean shares the story of Billy Ray Harris, a homeless man living in Kansas City, who made a decision that indirectly changed the course of his life. Today’s episode dives into what it means to do the right thing and how it can impact your life in a huge way, regardless of your circumstances. Listen to hear Billy Ray Harris’s story and how doing the right thing is always the right thing.

 

 

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