HE could have been so much more. Richard Williams is convinced of that. “My attitude with most things was I’ll do it for the experience,” he reflected. “Because for me, it was I’m just going to try it. When I was training and the training wasn’t that good or it wasn’t that effective, I didn’t have a destination in mind. I was just doing it.”
“For that reason I think sometimes I strayed off where I should have been going,” he concluded. “I had no goal. So I had no direction.”
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