Face the consequences. Embrace the consequences.

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The consequences of being an alcoholic were tough.

I lost clients. I lost friends. I almost lost my business.

I had to fight my way back from that, battling for every inch of ground, to be where I am today.

But I don’t regret those consequences.

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Chaotic good. Award winning creative director & writer, ft. in Wired, Inc, SF Chronicle, TNW. Founder thisisstudioself.com ✨

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Chaotic good. Award winning creative director & writer, ft. in Wired, Inc, SF Chronicle, TNW. Founder thisisstudioself.com

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