Jan 11, 2008

Break Free From 'Internal Prisons"

Troy Evans urges us all: 


It is my belief that we all have internal prisons, "prisons within ourselves" that are just as confining as those walls that held me for 7.5 years.  I am talking about being a prisoner to things like fears, addictions, depression, overeating, overworking, bad relationships- the list could go on and on.  Only when we ourselves, and those we bring into our companies are "whole" personally can we then become better professionally.