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"Where you started, where you are, and where you're going to be." - Jimmy Valvano
Jimmy Valvano, the 1993 ESPY winner of the Arthur Ashe award for courage, simply stated that he always thought of three things regarding what is important in life. "Where you started, where you are, and where you're going to be."
Simply, the best speech of my lifetime.
I passed on the ESPY's tonight.
I did not pass on remembering and honoring the great Jimmy Valvano.
Until Next Time,
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