Interview – self-made – different way

by Captain Walker

Categories: Humanities, Psychology & Philosophy

I was fortunate to interview Andrew Gray. Instead of viewing the 1 hour video, some will be jumping on Google to see if Andrew Gray is a person of any importance. Then they’ll go, “Who he? Never heard of him. He’s not Elon Musk.” This is how most people are – and I say it like I find it. Sorry, this blog is not in a popularity contest. It’s either you take in the whole video, or you clear right off! In any event the video is on other links out there on the internet. It was a most enlightening video for me and one that I will cherish for many years. That’s it – no commentary – nothing more. Byeeee!

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