Growing up I’ve heard people say you have choices. You can choose to continue your education, you can choose what job or career you want, you can choose to get married, have children. You can choose to lie, steal, hurt people. You can choose left or right or right or wrong. You have choices.
But what if you feel like you don’t have a choice? What happens if you’re not allowed to choose?
More after my Toastmasters speech at the Salem Public Library in the Anderson Rooms A&B on March 19th from 12-3 pm.