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Clayton M. Christensen - Decisions For Which I've Been Grateful

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I wanted to just recount for you five decisions that I made when I was a young adult that in retrospect have had a profound influence on my life, because these are decisions that I think many of you will find yourself needing to make, and maybe, if I can talk through with you how I wrestled with and made those decisions, it might help you think through a similar problem if it arises in your life.

From a devotional talk given at BYU-Idaho on June 8, 2004.

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